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A Freedom of Religion / Freedom of Worship Case

Citizenship test change admits freedom of religion, not just worship: “The First Amendment protects the rights of freedom of expression, speech, assembly, and religion, as well as the right to petition the government. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), an office under the DHS, changed ‘religion’ to ‘worship’ eight years ago to be more ‘inclusive’ on its naturalization test study materials. The change did not go unnoticed by religious liberty defenders.”

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