Texas RFRA case holds no substantial burden in excluding
private schools from state school athletic league
drothman1 at JUNO.COM
Tue Jan 29 02:34:00 PST 2002
This decision cannot pass the test of promoting
the widest possible competition in any sector of
society. This is admittedly a test of policy rather
than of Texas RFRA, but damage is to the entire
school population. Therefore all Texas schools
in the public and private sector should pursue a
remedy of some kind. Next thing you know we'll
see the same thing for the math teams!
On Mon, 28 Jan 2002 11:54:03 -0800 "Volokh, Eugene"
<VOLOKH at MAIL.LAW.UCLA.EDU> writes:
> Jesuit College Preparatory School v. Judy, 2002 WL 87464
> (N.D. Tex.
> Jan. 22), holds that the Texas policy of allowing only
> schools in the state's athletic league does not impose a substantial
> under the Texas RFRA, on the religious practice of religious schools
> their students.
> Any thoughts on this, and in particular on whether such
> should be treated differently from the one in Sherbert, and, if so,
> the line should be drawn?
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