Larson v. Valente: Court Rules Minnesota Law Burdens Minority Religious Groups

Decided: Larson v. Valente The U.S. Supreme Court rules that a Minnesota law imposing greater burdens on minority, non-traditional religious groups is unconstitutional because it is not closely enough related to furthering a specific governmental interest.

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