II. A Simple Framework for Thinking About the Free Exercise of Religion
III. A Brief Overview of Free Exercise Case Law History
IV. The Lobbying Nineties
V . What Next? ...A. Constitutional Amendment ...B. Re-Enacting RFRA ...C. The Commerce and Spending Power ..1. Spending Power ...2. Commerce Power ...D. Section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment ...E. Strengthening Free Exercise Using Smith ...1. Belief ... 2. Laws That Are Not Neutral and Generally Applicable ...3. Hybrid Rights .
Bradley P. Jacob,
Free Exercise in the "Lobbying Nineties",
84 Neb. L. Rev.
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