Bloomberg Law | January 23, 2020
Such a decision, moreover, “could open the door to federal agencies issuing many more RFRA/religious exemptions to otherwise neutral laws of general applicability,” Katie Keith said Wednesday. Keith teaches courses on the ACA at the Georgetown University Law Center. “If they go this direction, it could be a much more significant case with repercussions beyond the contraceptive mandate,” Keith said. … This time around, the justices will “decide on the religious question,” Keith said. Further, they may “use this case as an opportunity to interpret and potentially broaden RFRA,” she told Bloomberg Law.