SOURCE: Boston Globe
The Demise of the Church-State Wall
by Steven V. Mazie
A political scientist and court correspondent says that SCOTUS has adopted a radical version of the "free exercise" clause of the First Amendment that makes a mockery of the historic separation of religious and political authority.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
The Sleeper SCOTUS Case that Threatens Church-State Separation
by Kimberly Wehle
"If the plaintiffs win, states and municipalities could be required to use taxpayer dollars to supplement strands of private religious education that many Americans would find deeply offensive, including schools that exclude non-Christian or LGBTQ students, families, and teachers."
SOURCE: Washington Post
Religious Animus Did Not Drive The Laws The Supreme Court Just Overturned
by Adam Laats
Historical restrictions against "sectarian" use of tax dollars used the term broadly to encompass many religious doctrines. Claims that the laws were based in anti-Catholic bigotry are inaccurate.
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