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How to Resist Turn Protest to Power. Extreme Speech and Democracy. Attribution This Guide was originally developed and annotated by Deborah Lord as a part of the Law Librarianship course. It is now updated and maintained by members of the Law Library Faculty. About the Religion Clauses The U. Bodenhamer Call Number: KF B Law General Collection.
Nichols Call Number: KF W58 Religious Liberty by Daniel N. Robinson Editor ; Richard N.
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Rhodes Call Number: KF Z9 M4 N62 I34 Constitutional Law by Christopher N. Examples of such religious accommodation include the allowance of sacramental wine during Prohibition; permitting Amish families to prevent their children from attending high school; and making it possible for Jewish shopkeepers to operate businesses on Sundays despite Blue Law restrictions.
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Some of these accommodations are the work of the courts; others the legislative process. In other cases, the state has successfully limited religious practice.
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The Supreme Court has upheld legal prohibitions against polygamy and the sacramental use of narcotics, regardless of religious conviction. In Employment Division v. Smith , the Court ruled that a law does not violate the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment if it is neutral to religion—if it does not unfairly take aim at a particular set of people or beliefs.
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It is important to note that in the Smith case, both the Oregon state legislature and the U. Congress revisited the topic after the Supreme Court issued its decision and voted to grant exemptions to laws prohibiting the use of peyote for members of the Native American Church.
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Below is a summary of the case and academic resources on themes related to the First Amendment, religious freedom, and other topics related to the recent SCOTUS decision. The question before the Supreme Court when it heard the case in December was whether the anti-discrimination law compelling Phillips to make a cake violating his sincerely held religious beliefs violates either the Free Exercise or Free Speech clauses of the First Amendment.