Chapter Two addresses questions that arise in the context of religious freedom. These include exemptions to generally applicable laws, protections for the manifestation of religion, discrimination against religion, disparate impact harming religion, the right to individual and group religious practices, discrimination by religious entities, and discrimination by for-profit entities that claim the right to discriminate as a matter of religious freedom. Questions of institutional religious autonomy are addressed in Chapter Six.

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