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With Religious Liberty For All: A Defense Of The Affordable Care Act's Contraception Coverage Mandate, Frederick Mark Gedicks Oct 2012

With Religious Liberty For All: A Defense Of The Affordable Care Act's Contraception Coverage Mandate, Frederick Mark Gedicks

Faculty Scholarship

The “contraception mandate” of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 poses a straightforward question for religious liberty jurisprudence: Must government excuse a believer from complying with a religiously burdensome law, when doing so would violate the liberty of others by imposing on them the costs and consequences of religious beliefs that they do not share? To ask this question is to answer it: One's religious liberty does not include the right to interfere with the liberty of others, and thus religious liberty may not be used by a religious employer to force employees to pay the ...


Indonesian Discourse On Human Rights And Freedom Of Religion Or Belief: Muslim Perspectives, Syamsul Arifin Sep 2012

Indonesian Discourse On Human Rights And Freedom Of Religion Or Belief: Muslim Perspectives, Syamsul Arifin

BYU Law Review

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Meaning And Scope Of The Restrictions Imposed By The Mexican Constitution On Ministers Of Worship, Jorge Adame Goddard Sep 2012

Meaning And Scope Of The Restrictions Imposed By The Mexican Constitution On Ministers Of Worship, Jorge Adame Goddard

BYU Law Review

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Redrafting Of The Ukrainian Law On Religious Freedom: Ukrainian Churches Vs. Ukraine's Obligation To The Council Of Europe, Gennadiy Druzenko Sep 2012

Redrafting Of The Ukrainian Law On Religious Freedom: Ukrainian Churches Vs. Ukraine's Obligation To The Council Of Europe, Gennadiy Druzenko

BYU Law Review

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The Case Of Lautsi V. Italy: A Synthesis, Grégor Puppinck Sep 2012

The Case Of Lautsi V. Italy: A Synthesis, Grégor Puppinck

BYU Law Review

The case of Lautsi v. Italy, better known as the “Crucifix Case,” is a particularly significant case. Its significance is not only political and legal, but also religious. Never before in the history of the European Court of Human Rights and the Council of Europe has a case raised so much public attention and debate. The debate regarding the legitimacy of the symbol of Christ’s presence in Italian schools is emblematic of the cultural crisis in Western Europe regarding religion. Twenty-one State parties to the European Convention on Human Rights, in an unprecedented move, joined Italy to reassert the ...


Rising Restrictions On Religion: A Global Overview, Brian J. Grim Sep 2012

Rising Restrictions On Religion: A Global Overview, Brian J. Grim

BYU Law Review

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Interfaith Dialogue In Spain—Religious Mediation: A Brief Analysis Of Spain's Religious Liberty Law, José Ferrer Sánchez Sep 2012

Interfaith Dialogue In Spain—Religious Mediation: A Brief Analysis Of Spain's Religious Liberty Law, José Ferrer Sánchez

BYU Law Review

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Hungary's New Constitution And Its New Law On Freedom Of Religion And Churches: The Return Of The Sovereign, Renáta Uitz Sep 2012

Hungary's New Constitution And Its New Law On Freedom Of Religion And Churches: The Return Of The Sovereign, Renáta Uitz

BYU Law Review

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American Atheists, Inc. V. Davenport: Endorsing A Presumption Of Unconstitutionality Against Potentially Religious Symbols, Eric B. Ashcrof May 2012

American Atheists, Inc. V. Davenport: Endorsing A Presumption Of Unconstitutionality Against Potentially Religious Symbols, Eric B. Ashcrof

BYU Law Review

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Uneven “Neutrality”: Dual Standards And The Establishment Clause In Johnson V. Poway, Eric Jeppsen May 2012

Uneven “Neutrality”: Dual Standards And The Establishment Clause In Johnson V. Poway, Eric Jeppsen

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.