For the Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Durham Jr., W. Cole; Gaffney, Edward McGlynn; Laycock, Douglas; McConnell, Michael W.
March 1992
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1992, Issue 21, p42
Discusses the significance of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act enacted by the U.S. Congress. Religious and civil groups that support the bill; Ways in which the bill might be interpreted to create bad consequences suggested by lawyers; Arguments on the effect of the bill on pro-abortion laws.


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