freedom of religion

freedom of religion
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  • The second religious guarantee in the First Amendment says, “Congress shall make no law . . . prohibiting the free exercise” of religion.
  • This means that people can hold any religious beliefs, without fear of punishment.
  • This means that people can hold any religious beliefs, without fear of punishment.
  • However, they cannot necessarily do whatever they want in the name of religious freedom.
  • For instance, the Supreme Court has held that parents are not free to deny their children medical treatment or vaccinations because of their religious beliefs.
  • The First Amendment protects freedom of speech and freedom of the press.
  • Freedom of the press is important because of the vital roles that the press plays in a democratic society.
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