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Can Corporations Pray?

In the 225 years since the ratification of the Constitution, the Supreme Court has never held that secular, for-profit corporations are entitled to the Constitution’s protection of the free exercise of religion. 

As we explain more fully in this issue brief, it should not do so now.


 

Issue Brief: Can Corporations Pray? (PDF Version)

Amicus Brief: Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby (cert-stage)

Blog Post: Can Corporations Pray? The Next Big Fight over Obamacare (from CAC's "Text & History")

 

 

Resources and Commentary

National Constitution Center
 
 
David H. Gans
Text & History
 
 
Michael Hiltzik
Los Angeles Times
 
 
Dahlia Lithwik
Slate