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High Court Hears Religious Freedom Case Involving 'High Tea'
The Supreme Court debated Tuesday whether to let a small congregation in New Mexico worship with hallucinogenic tea, the first religious freedom dispute under Chief Justice John Roberts. "This is a rather rough problem under the First Amendment," said Justice Stephen Breyer. The Bush administration contends the tea is not only illegal but potentially dangerous. Justice Sandra Day O'Connor seemed skeptical of the administration's claims, but she may not be around to vote in the case.
November 02, 2005 at 12:00 AM
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By Gina Holland |
Updated on November 02, 2005
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