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Religious Freedom Jurisprudence and Fulton v. Philadelphia
Episode 6322nd June 2021 • Faith and Politics • Chris Motz
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On this episode, Chris is joined by Christopher Dodson, J.D., executive director of the North Dakota Catholic Conference.  Christopher unpacks the development of Free Exercise clause cases in the 20th century, culminating in the Smith v. Employment Division decision in 1990.  Chris then gives a high-level overview of the recent Fulton v. Philadelphia case, which avoids using the Smith standard, but gives us good reason to believe Smith is on shaky ground.

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