Saturday, March 28, 2015

No Religious Freedom in Wisconsin?

Apparently Indiana and 19 other States have religious freedom, and 13 more are considering same.

Not Wisconsin.

Curious, eh?

HT:  Owen


Grim said...

Georgia's legislature is still in session, but as of yesterday it looks like our religious freedom bill won't survive. It was tabled after a successful poison pill amendment was added by the House Judiciary committee. There's still a chance to save it, but it's a longshot.

Which is fun because, although free exercise is formally encoded in our constitution for state employees, private citizens are not protected by Georgia state law. That is, there's a constitutional provision forbidding religious tests for public office, but there's nothing similar to protect you as a private citizen from being punished for religious free expression.

Anonymous said...

I'm a bit late to this party, but RFRA-type protections are a matter of "settled" case law, courtesy Justices Abrahmson and Bradley.

Then again, when has that (or anything else, including statutes and constitutions) stopped the lieberals?

Dad29 said...

Yah. I saw Esenberg's item yesterday.