Free Exercise Clause

Definition of "Free Exercise Clause"
  1. A provision found in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution that prevents Congress from passing any law that interferes with a person's right to practice their religion freely
How to use "Free Exercise Clause" in a sentence
  1. The Free Exercise Clause protects individuals from being forced to participate in religious ceremonies contradicting their personal beliefs.
  2. Questions regarding the scope and reach of the Free Exercise Clause often arise during legal debates.
  3. The Free Exercise Clause ensures that a government policy cannot hinder someone's ability to follow their religious beliefs.

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