“The Groff decision explains in clear terms how religion is privileged under the statute but not necessarily to the detriment of others.”
We should respect and celebrate our differences, and new federal guidance on prayer and religious expression in public schools will help schools do that while avoiding unnecessary conflict.
In addition to demonstrating this Court’s continuing interest in religion cases, the Groff v. DeJoy case seems likely to generate more conversations about religion in general.
Midterm election results and recent surveys show us that extremist views aren’t as popular as we might think.
This Supreme Court is reshaping religious liberty without deference to principles that have protected it for decades.