The right to religious expression

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The Supreme Court has varied in its interpretation of the First Amendment's protection of religious freedom...

The Uniting Amendment has a section which guarantees the right to worship and pray. It says:

The right to Worship and Prayer shall not be infringed at any time or place provided that the rights of others are respected and that no one, while acting on behalf of any government, encourages others to such acts or beliefs or disparages a religion or belief.

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