Free-exercise Clause Overview | Freedom Forum Institute
Aug 25, 2002 · The free-exercise clause pertains to the right to freely exercise one’s religion. It states that the government shall make no law prohibiting the free exercise of religion. Although the text is absolute, the courts place some limits on the exercise of religion. For example, courts would not hold that the First Amendment protects human ...
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