Tuesday, July 01, 2014

RBG is rapidly becoming my favorite Supreme

"The absence of such precedent is just what one would expect, for the exercise of religion is characteristic of natural persons, not artificial legal entities." (source)

“The Court does not even begin to explain how one might go about ascertaining the religious scruples of a corporation where shares are sold to the public,” she wrote in a footnote. “No need to speculate on that, the Court says, for ‘it seems unlikely’ that large corporation ‘will often assert RFRA claims.’” (source)

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