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bear witness an act. with these statements with government action dating back to george washington wrote to a synagogue in rhode island that the government does the united states with persecution and it is necessary to be protected against those who commit the awful hate crimes in a need to be deployed to houses of worship of necessary. such did have the first amendment establishment clause to prevent any government assistance that has a religious entity to reconsider those views. for instance the supreme court and whether the state could prohibit a religious institution from receiving government grants that is available to secular entities. justice and legal asked about a grant program such an existing federal program to have hardened nonprofit organization facilities to be at a high risk for terrorist attacks. so with the entire muslim group and the missouri those that have from the court from justice toledo's so it is astonishing to me they responded know the missouri constitution would not not even on a neutral basis so the safety of buildings but we cannot lose sight that they
statements the president followed a tradition for government action dating back to george washington who, in 1790, wrote to a synagogue in rhode island that, quote, the government of the united states sanctions to perfection cution, no assistance. end of quote. government action to enforce the first amendment guarantee of free exercise of religion is necessary if these rights are to be protected against those who commit these awful hate crimes. law enforcement resources will need to be deployed to houses of worship, if necessary. law enforcement may need to create specific task forces and provide special assistance to religious groups to enhance security or for other purposes. that reality may require people who read the first amendment establishment clause so broadly as to prohibit any government assistance that aides a religious entity to re-- aids a religious entity to reconsider those views. i have this for instance. the supreme court recently considered the constitutionality of a missouri state constitutional provision prohibiting government financial assistance to religious ins
tradition of government action dating back to george washington wrote to a synagogue that the government of the united states no sanctions or persecution no assistance. if their rights are to be protected law enforcement resources to the houses of worship of necessary and then create a specific task force to create special assistance to in house security or purposes but that reality may require people who have the first amendment establishment clause to prevent any to reconsider those views so for instance. the supreme court consider the constitutionality of the provision for government financial assistance if it could prevent iran the edges institution for receiving government grants to be made available to the secular entities. in den the oral argumentsked asking about a grant program with the heart and nonprofit facilities and then if you have a synagogue that is a high risk of attack by the anti-semitic group or a mosque that is considered to be a mosque by the entire muslim group like we have around the court here?from j and astonishing to me though lawyer responded no.d know they w
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)