Ethical Issues and the Religious Restoration Freedom Act
Religious restoration freedom act refers to one of the American governing laws, which was signed into law by Bill Clinton in 1993. This piece of law ensures that every American citizen enjoys the freedom of religion without any governmental intervention. The law states clearly that everybody has got a right to religion and should never be intimidated whatsoever either by law or any other third party interventions. However, there before in 1990, the United States Supreme Court ruled in that the burden on an individual from exercising religious rights is constitutional hence, making it a law to suppress and violate the people’s rights to religion (Sehat, 2011).
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The religious societies are on the fore-front in ensuring the government is in full support of the belief-based morals and values. They normally oppose people’s dealings and actions that might be infringing on people’s rights to freedom of religion. They have always fought against the short-morally societies such as the LGBT; which act on dead faith. The religious society needs the bill to be amended in that the LGBT group not to be given any further right of religion (Ackerman, 1992). This is the very society that condemns the profit making businesses that are termed as illegal and non-religious.
Ackerman, D. (1992). The Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the Religious Freedom Act a legal analysis. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress.