Steve June 21, 2022

The First Amendment sets forth two requirements for the government when it comes to religion. On one hand, it “shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion,” which is known as the Establishment clause. Nor shall it pass a law “prohibiting the free exercise thereof,” which is called—you guessed it—the Free Exercise clause.What happens when these clauses are in tension with each other? In Tuesday’s decision in Carson v., Read More