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Generally Applicable Law & the Free Exercise of Religion: (one download allowed) Exempting secular but not religious activities that undermine alleged government interests deprives religious minorities of vicarious political protection and demonstrates a forbidden value judgment: the exempted secular activities are more valuable, more deserving of legal protection, than the unexempted exercise of religion. In the face of regulatory complexity. this understanding of general applicability implements a rule prohibiting discrimination against the free exercise of religion.

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