rduncan at UNLINFO.UNL.EDU
Mon Jun 30 11:09:09 PDT 1997
> So we're back to smaller scale legislative accommodations, at both
> the federal and state level. But watch out that your accommodation isn't
> too narrowly focused -- see Kiryas Joel.
> Trouble in River City.
> -- Abner Greene, Fordham Univ. School of Law
I'm just back from a conference in Cancun, and a couple of possible
responses to Bourne were being discussed.
1) At the Congressional level, using the power of the purse to insist
that *states* pass some kind of mini-RFRA as the price of receiving
federal money (e.g. a mini-RFRA for public education tied to
2) Of course, RFRA could become a Constitutional Amendment.
Buenas dias! --Rick
Rick Duncan (rduncan at unlinfo.unl.edu)
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