RFRA blithely assumed unconstitional as applied to federal law
gepps at LAW.UOREGON.EDU
Thu Oct 23 17:29:00 PDT 1997
It is certain that it has not done so since no federal statute was before
the court. Of course the discussion of separation of power is dictum.
But to me at least it seemed like fairly pointed dictum and could lead a
district court judge with an (ahem) activist bent to stretch FLORES
beyond the issue it decided.
Then again, it could just be a sloppy judge. I have heard whispers that
there are such.
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