July 26, 2019

Mark Rienzi, professor, law, published commentary on SCOTUSblog about the Supreme Court's religious liberty cases.

...With respect to religious-liberty litigation, October Term 2018 represented the calm before the storm. Its main feature was a major establishment clause decision that significantly clarified the law concerning religiously inspired public monuments. And the Supreme Court gave several indications that it will be active on free-exercise issues next term, particularly in cases in which the court’s own doctrine is creating real harm...

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