Amy Coney Barrett

Amy Coney Barrett sizes up 30-year-old precedent balancing religious freedom with rule of law

"[Scalia] held that the Constitution does not allow religious adherents to violate a 'neutral law of general applicability,' by which he meant a law that applies to everyone and does not favor or disfavor people based on their religion or lack thereof." - The Conversation

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Rabbinic group deplores attacks on Amy Coney Barrett's faith and family

"The Coalition for Jewish Values (CJV), representing over 1500 traditional, Orthodox rabbis in matters of public policy, today condemned criticism of Amy Coney Barrett... based upon her religious views, membership in religious associations, or family. The rabbis deplored these attacks upon the nominee as 'based in bigotry and bias.'" - RNS

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‘A different kind of lawyer’: Amy Coney Barrett on Christian vocation

"For Barrett, the true distinction of Christian work comes down to where our sights are set. 'No matter how exciting any career is, what is it really worth if you don’t make it part of a bigger life project to know, love, and serve the God who made you?' she asks." - Acton

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