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Q: Supreme Court Locke v. Davey decision in 2004? ( No Answer,   1 Comment )
Subject: Supreme Court Locke v. Davey decision in 2004?
Category: Reference, Education and News > Current Events
Asked by: tocute4u1589-ga
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Posted: 03 Nov 2005 17:08 PST
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Question ID: 588674
Did the Supreme Court correctly balance the constitutional tension
between the free excercise and establishment clauses of the First
Amendment in its Locke v. Davey (2004) decision?
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Supreme Court Locke v. Davey decision in 2004?
From: smartd00d-ga on 26 Nov 2005 18:39 PST
Yes. A state should have the right to try to abide by its own
constitution, in an effort to meet the requirements of the
establishment clause, by not providing funds for religious study--even
when it does provide funds for non-religious study.

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