Originally Posted by gc70
because core aspects of religious freedom are protected beyond strict scrutiny.
Does that extend to the tax code? I don't think churches have a "right" not to be taxed but maybe the courts say otherwise but I think only Congress has provided for such. Wasn't that decided with the Native American case and peyote?
Also, do you believe that the court will look at public carry in the same way it looked at keeping a handgun in the home? Does the home receive special treatment that public activity might not?