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 Decade: 1990-1999
 Collection: Congressional Research Service Reports
Russia's Religion Law: Assessments and Implications
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Immigration-Related Provisions of Selected Bills on Religious Persecution
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The Religious Freedom Amendment: H.J. Res. 78, As Reported by the House Judiciary Committee
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The Law of Church and State: The Proposed Religious Freedom Amendment, H.J. Res. 78
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Legislative Prayer and School Prayer: The Constitutional Difference
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Afghanistan: Connections to Islamic Movements In Central and South Asia and Southern Russia
After several years of relative peace in Central Asia and southern Russia, Islamic extremist movements have become more active in Russia and in Central and South Asia, threatening stability in the region. Although numerous factors might account for the upsurge in activity, several of these movements appear to have connections to the Islamic fundamentalist Taliban regime in Afghanistan. These linkages raise questions about whether the United States, as part of a broader effort to promote peace and stability in the region, should continue to engage the Taliban regime, or strongly confront it. This report will be updated as events warrant. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs7705/
Religious Persecution Abroad: Congressional Concerns and Actions
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The Religious Freedom Restoration Act: Its Rise, Fall, and Current Status
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Legislative Prayer and School Prayer: The Constitutional Difference
The Supreme Court's decisions holding government-sponsored prayer in the public schools to violate the First Amendment's establishment clause but prayer in legislative assemblies to be constitutional are sometimes lifted up as contradictory. This report summarizes the relevant decisions and identifies the distinctions the Court has drawn between the two situations. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc26057/