sports attire and religious modesty

Steven Jamar stevenjamar at gmail.com
Thu Jan 17 13:42:04 PST 2008


Thanks for the link.  Of course that 1982 case predates Smith under which it
seems that the no-headgear and similar sorts of rules are neutral and
generally applicable and are so virtually immune from free exercise attack.

Steve


On Jan 17, 2008 4:03 PM, Samuel Groner <samgroner at gmail.com> wrote:

> see http://www.projectposner.org/case/1982/683F2d1030 for discussion
> of similar issues.
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