Comparing SCOTUS Rulings on Religion, Race, LGBT Rights

Comparing SCOTUS Rulings on Religion, Race, LGBT Rights
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The Supreme Court's recent ruling in favor of a Catholic foster care agency was as notable for what it didn't say as for what it said. The justices didn't say the government must always offer religious exemptions to gay rights laws, although they criticized Philadelphia officials for refusing to do just that. Justices also didn't say LGBTQ rights should trump religious freedom. Instead, they described the government's strong interest in protecting both rights.
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