2016-2017 Cato Sup. Ct. Rev. 105 (2017)
The Supreme Court's decision in Trinity Lutheran clearly affirmed a First Amendment rule against anti-religious discrimination. At the same time, it raised or left open a number of important and interesting questions about education reform, the relevance of anti-Catholic bias to states' so-called Blaine Amendments, and the sharpening tension between religious freedom and the application of antidiscrimination laws.
Richard W. Garnett & Jackson C. Blais,
Religious Freedom and Recycled Tires: The Meaning and Implications of Trinity Lutheran,
2016-2017 Cato Sup. Ct. Rev. 105 (2017).
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