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Religious Land Use And Institutionalized Persons Act Of 2000: The Land Use Provisions Are Both Unconstitutional And Unnecessary, Ada-Marie Walsh Dec 2001

Religious Land Use And Institutionalized Persons Act Of 2000: The Land Use Provisions Are Both Unconstitutional And Unnecessary, Ada-Marie Walsh

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

The Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000 was Congress 'response to the Supreme Court's striking down of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in City of Boerne v. Flores. In promulgating the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, Congress, inter alia, sought to protect the free exercise of religion from excessive governmental meddling while remedying discrimination suffered by religious individuals and groups in the area of land use. In dealing solely with land use provisions of the RLUIPA, the author argues that the Religious Land Use and lnstitutionalized Person Act is unconstitutional because it violates the ...


A Dickensian Era Of Religious Rights: An Update On Religious Human Rights In Global Perspective, John Witte Jr. Mar 2001

A Dickensian Era Of Religious Rights: An Update On Religious Human Rights In Global Perspective, John Witte Jr.

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Free? Exercise, Marci A. Hamilton Mar 2001

Free? Exercise, Marci A. Hamilton

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Religion And The First Amendment: Some Causes Of The Recent Confusion, Carl H. Esbeck Mar 2001

Religion And The First Amendment: Some Causes Of The Recent Confusion, Carl H. Esbeck

William & Mary Law Review

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Why Political Reliance On Religiously Grounded Morality Does Not Violate The Establishment Clause, Michael J. Perry Mar 2001

Why Political Reliance On Religiously Grounded Morality Does Not Violate The Establishment Clause, Michael J. Perry

William & Mary Law Review

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Accommodation And Equal Liberty, Lisa Schultz Bressman Mar 2001

Accommodation And Equal Liberty, Lisa Schultz Bressman

William & Mary Law Review

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Religion, Rationality, And Special Treatment, Jane Rutherford Feb 2001

Religion, Rationality, And Special Treatment, Jane Rutherford

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

Religion has always played a major role in American society, both politically and socially. Its influence on the Constitution is expressed in the Establishment and Free Exercise Clauses. Why is religion given special treatment by the Constitution? In this Article, Professor Jane Rutherford makes a structural argument for religious liberty. Rutherford posits that religion is treated differently not because of the content of its views, but because of the various other functions it serves, such as providing voices for outsiders and advancing non-market values. Rutherford concludes that we should return to more serious enforcement of the Establishment and Free Exercise ...