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Surveillance, Apologize (Sometimes), and Repeat

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  1. A.J. Sutter says:

    Is there some category-mixing going on here? Regarding these four activities, ““Muslim cab drivers in Minneapolis refuse to carry passengers who have alcohol in their possession; The Indianapolis airport in 2007 installed foot baths to accommodate Muslim prayer; Public schools schedule prayer breaks to accommodate Muslim students; Pork is banned in the workplace ; etc.,” are you suggesting that all are protected by the First Amendment? Alternatively, are any of these required by the First Amendment (and if so, why is surveillance of them a problem)?

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