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Conservative Judicial Activism: The Politicization of the Supreme Court Under Chief Justice Roberts

To mark the release of Volume 9.1, Notice & Comment will be highlighting each of the articles in its own blog post. Today’s featured article: Senator Sheldon Whitehouse’s Conservative Judicial Activism: The Politicization of the Supreme Court Under Chief Justice Roberts. Senator Whitehouse (D-RI) writes: A troubling and unmistakable trend has developed over several decades, and accelerated in…

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Religious Freedom and (Other) Civil Liberties: Is There a Middle Ground?

To mark the release of Volume 9.1, Notice & Comment will be highlighting each of the articles in its own blog post. Today’s featured article: Professor Abner S. Greene’s Religious Freedom and (Other) Civil Liberties: Is There a Middle Ground? Professor Greene, who is the Leonard F. Manning Professor at Fordham Law School, writes: The question will always be in…

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The Case for Evidence-Based Free Exercise Accommodation: Why the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Is Bad Public Policy

To mark the release of Volume 9.1, Notice & Comment will be highlighting each of the articles in its own blog post. Today’s featured article: Professor Marci A. Hamilton’s The Case for Evidence-Based Free Exercise Accommodation: Why the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Is Bad Public Policy. Professor Hamilton, who holds the Paul R. Verkuil Chair in Public Law at…

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The Satanic Temple, Scott Walker, and Contraception: A Partial Account of Hobby Lobby’s Implications for State Law

To mark the release of Volume 9.1, Notice & Comment will be highlighting each of the articles in its own blog post. Today’s featured article: Kara Loewentheil’s The Satanic Temple, Scott Walker, and Contraception: A Partial Account of Hobby Lobby’s Implications for State Law. Ms. Loewentheil, a Research Fellow and Director of the Public Rights/Private Conscience at Columbia…

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A New Era of Inequality? Hobby Lobby and Religious Exemptions from Anti-Discrimination Laws

To mark the release of Volume 9.1, Notice & Comment will be highlighting each of the articles in its own blog post. Today’s featured article: Alex J. Luchenitser’s A New Era of Inequality? Hobby Lobby and Religious Exemptions from Anti-Discrimination Laws. Mr. Luchenitser, Associate Legal Director for Americans United for Separation of Church and State, discusses the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s Hobby…

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Religion and Marriage Equality Statutes

To mark the release of Volume 9.1, Notice & Comment will be highlighting each of the articles in its own blog post. Today’s featured article: Professor Nelson Tebbe’s Religion and Marriage Equality Statutes. Professor Tebbe, a visiting professor at Cornell Law School, writes: To date, every state statute that has extended marriage equality to gay and…

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