Our legal heritage favors religious freedom: Do corporations have religious liberty?
The argument has been made that since corporations don’t go to heaven or hell, family businesses should not be able to freely exercise religion. This argument is flawed in many ways. It also ignores our own legal history, which is replete with examples where corporate charters have indeed been legal vehicles for the practice of religion.
Dwight G. Duncan, Our legal heritage favors religious freedom: Do corporations have religious liberty?, The Boston Globe, March 2, 2014, http://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2014/03/02/hobby-lobby-case-our-legal-history-favors-religious-freedom/lzxcgvMJ5fQKhzdWxyeDkP/story.html#.