Unformatted text preview: they be allowed unemployment finance. Holding: Reversed. The Supreme Court felt that denial of the funds was a violation to his right of religion. Reasoning: It appeared the Indiana court denied the funds because it felt Thomas was not interpreting his religion correctly and because he seemed unsure and unknowledgeable of the religion. The Supreme Court found this extreme and overturned the Indiana Court. The Supreme Court addressed that there was tension between the two principles in the Religion Clause, these two principles being non-establishment and free exercise of religion. The Court determined that Thomas refused work fairly, as it was forbidden by his religion....
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- Fall '11
- Indiana Supreme Court, Eddie Thomas