Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye v. City of Hialeah
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In this article, the writer looks at the Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye v. City of Hialeah Supreme Court decision of 1993 and its significance. In particular, the writer discusses the legal rationale informing the High Court's final decision, the strength of the final decision and takes a brief look at the relationship of the case to previous court precedent. Finally, the writer looks at the legal and political repercussions of the ruling and at the current status of the law, as well as glancing at the present status of the debate over religious freedom. The writer concludes that the 1993 Supreme Court ruling which serves as the basis for this paper admirably protects religious expression from excessive intrusion by the state, but it is no guarantee that such will always remain the case.
From the Paper:"Religious expression has become a contentious issue in the United States in recent years as the American cultural mosaic changes and as the "secular progressive" movement grows stronger and begins to challenge the inviolability of certain displays of faith. With this in mind, the following paper ... "
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