Establishment Clause

Definition of "Establishment Clause"
  1. A provision in the First Amendment that forbids the government from setting up a state religion or favoring one religion above another or religion over non-religion, and vice versa
How to use "Establishment Clause" in a sentence
  1. The local council's decision to display a religious symbol at City Hall was challenged as a violation of the Establishment Clause.
  2. The school's mandatory prayer room was questioned as a potential breach of the Establishment Clause.
  3. As per the Establishment Clause, the government cannot favor one religion in its policies.

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