Question by hateevilstalkers: Is freedom of religion a civil right in the united states? Is this covered under the constitution?
Is it allowed by anyone – citizen or otherwise, to practice any religion in the U.S.A? What does the constitution say ? If we do see anyone’s objections, what action can one take ?
Answer by Glen B
First amendment protects freedom of religion. It’s granted to all citizens natural and unnatural. Objections can be voiced but no steps can prevent anyone from practicing any religion.
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