The freedom of faith-based organizations to staff on a religious basis
Center for Public Justice, 2004 - Religion - 171 pages
Describes the constitutional and legal status of religious staffing by faith-based social-service organizations and the policy rationale for this important freedom. Includes a bibliography, table of recent federal actions, and selections from pertinent federal statutes and recent regulations.
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