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Holt v. Hobbs - Religious Liberty wins again in the United States Supreme Court Jan 25, 2015

A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Gregory Holt, a Muslim prison inmate in Arkansas, can grow a short beard for religious reasons.  Our friend Eric Rassbach from the Becket Fund — the public interest law firm that on Tuesday won the Holt v. Hobbs prisoner rights case — was kind enough to pass along his thoughts on what the case to the Volhke Report as to what the case means for religious liberty more generally:  The Supreme Court has had quite a run of religious liberty cases in the last few years. Almost exactly three years ago the Court decided Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and School v.EEOC. Last year it ruled in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby and issued important... [Read More]

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