Welsh v. United States: Supreme Court Rules on Secular Conscientious Objector Status

Welsh v. United States: Supreme Court Rules on Secular Conscientious Objector Status

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Argued: Welsh v. United States - The Supreme Court rules 5-3 that a man can be a "conscientious objector" even if he does not claim the status for religious reasons.

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