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Unformatted text preview: fight with you. Making remarks about their mother, ethnicity, or insults in general. Obscenity- violates contemporary community standards, depict patently offensive conduct, and lack other merit. Freedom of or from religion: Congress cannot establish a religion. It also may not favor a religion over another. Laws cannot have a secular aim. The outcome may not enhance or inhibit a religion. No law may entangle the government with religion. Keeping bars closed on Sunday is still a law but is secular. Religious displays are okay if they are displayed with holiday displays (publicly paid for). The government cannot tell you what to think. They can however regulate what you do. Example: You cannot cross constitutional laws. The former Mormon habit of polygamy is still restricted....
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- Spring '08
- Business Law