Religion and Land Use
keaggy at EXCITE.COM
Wed Oct 27 09:39:59 PDT 1999
Doug: Your article is great. I have already cited it several times in my
A question. I have read many cases in which a state or lower federal court
merely concludes that a selective law is "neutral and generally applicable."
But I have not found a case that explains why this understanding of the
general applicability requirement is consistent with the language in Lukumi
referring to "categories of selection" and underinclusiveness.
Have you come across a case that takes the "religious hostility" approach
and works through the hard questions with some degree of thoughtfulness?
Best regards, Rick Duncan
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