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Religion and the U.S. Constitution Previous
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Currently, the Supreme Court imposes a three-pronged test to determine when public policy constitutes "establishment" of religion. A policy is constitutional if:
  • It has a secular purpose;
  • Its primary effect neither advances nor inhibits religion; and
  • It does not foster excessive entanglement with religion.

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