Reasonable Accommodations for Religious Practices: The Intersection of Speech and Religion in the First Amendment

09 Apr , 2024

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The case of Podell v. Department of Defense will be discussed, which addressed reasonable accommodation for religious rights in employment. Mr. Podell, aside from his own case, was amicus curiae in Groff v. U.S. Postal Service. There is much debate currently about the First Amendment right to speech as opposed to the religious rights of groups impacted by that speech. Is there a class? Can the two be reconciled?

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