This practice of applying specific religious symbols to materials—such as using a cross to label Christian fiction—violates the establishment clause of the First Amendment and the Library Bill of Rights.
These may include:
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Employee rights to self expression including religious expression are more restricted than those of the general public for the simple reason that they are employed for a purpose.
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In addition privileging one religious tradition over others could violate the establishment clause of the First Amendment.
It would be a violation of the Library Bill of Rights to give special treatment to a specific sacred text or to limit access to such a text.
We are sending our young people into the marriage bed as virgins good but also as morons bad.
But remember this, the whole point is to enjoy each other.
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