Bloomberg Law   |  May 14, 2021

Historically religious exemptions to federal laws under RFRA were made on an individualized case-by-case basis. But “it’s been turned on its head and now there’s this argument that it allows for and in fact requires big, broad exemptions for religious entities from otherwise generally applicable, neutral laws, including 1557,” said Katie Keith, a health law professor at Georgetown University.

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