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Religious Freedom In The News: From Hobby Lobby To Public Prayer
Two recent U.S. Supreme Court cases and plethora of state legislative debates have once again raised questions about what we mean by religious freedom: from whether contraception coverage should mandated, to prayer in public meetings, to private businesses objecting to serving same-sex couples.
- Gilles Bissonnette – staff attorney for the New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union
- John Greabe – director of UNH Law School's Rudman Center. He teaches constitutional law, civil procedure, federal courts and jurisdiction.
- Hiram Sasser – director of litigation at the Liberty Institute, an advocacy and legal defense organization that aims to defend and restore religious liberty in the U.S.
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