The article focuses on the service provided by the religious foster care providers and the free exercise rights of children by the religious matching statutes. The article also examines the First Amendment rights of parents and children and offers a model statute that clarifies the assumptions of the religious matching statutes for easier enforcement of the First Amendment. It mentions the role of religious foster agencies in religious matching statutes to safeguard the free exercise rights.
Joseph R. Ganahl,
Fostering Free Exercise,
Notre Dame L. Rev.
Available at: http://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndlr/vol88/iss1/9