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Brief Of Law Professors Bruce P. Frohnen, Robert P. George, Alan J. Meese, Michael P. Moreland, Nathan B. Oman, Michael Stokes Paulsen, Rodney K. Smith, Steven D. Smith, And O. Carter Snead As Amici Curiae In Support Of Petitioners
U. S. Supreme Court Briefs
  • O. Carter Snead, Notre Dame Law School
  • Robert P. George, Princeton University
  • Alan J. Meese, College of William and Mary
  • Michael P. Moreland, Villanova University Law School
  • Nathan B. Oman, College of William and Mary
  • MIchael` Stokes Paulsen`, University of St. Thomas
  • Rodney K. Smith, Arizona State University
  • Steven D. Smith, University of San Diego School of Law
Document Type
Brief
Publication Date
8-1-2015
Abstract
Suppose a federal law required government officials to enter a Catholic church and use church property to distribute contraceptives and abortifacients over church’s objection. Such a law would surely burden the church’s religion, even if the government paid for the objectionable medications and compensated the church for the use of its resources. By commandeering church property, such a law would force the church to be complicit in activity to which it has serious religious objections
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On Petition for A Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit

Docket No. 15-105 in the Supreme Court of the United States

Citation Information
Brief of Law Professors Bruce P. Frohnen, Robert P. George, Alan J. Meese, Michael P. Moreland, Nathan B. Oman, Michael Stokes Paulsen, Rodney K. Smith, Steven D. Smith, And O. Carter Snead as Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioners, Little Sisters of the Poor Home for the Aged v. Burwell, No. 15-105 (10th Cir. Aug. 24, 2015).