Although we are free to pursue our religions in the USA, I certainly think there are times when the laws can restrict those practices. For example, let's say a particular religion practices the ritual of live animal sacrifices at its services each Sunday morning. Although it may be an acceptable religious practice for that religion, it also may violate local ordinances which prohibit the slaying of animals within the city limits. While some would say this a restriction of religious practices, we have to remember that the intent of your freedoms does not include breaking reasonable laws. In the future, I think we will see many instances in America where the Islam community will break with local laws and demand to be judged under only Shiria Law....a very sticky wicket. WB
it is all the time depending on where you live. also like Wayne Brown said, it would depend on what practices a religion uses.
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