I havent been to Sugarloaf since my downhill-racing days in high school.Our children, Lily and Charlie, have been skiing since they were three, but this will be their first trek to the Loaf. @ Gondola Village We are excited and dont know what to expect as we make our way up the cement steps built for wet ski boots.They managed each and every detail and keep us informed the entire way.
We walk into the living room and see only the outdoors through a wall of windows.
But they also worry about another “material” effect of conscience claims by powerful groups.
They fear that these groups might not just limit others’ access to legally guaranteed goods but lead to repeal of the laws guaranteeing them.
What I reject is counting this latter possibility against a conscience claim. 833, 866-67 (1992) (joint opinion of O’Connor, Kennedy & Souter, JJ.) (noting that, in “intensively divisive” cases, the Court “calls the contending sides of a national controversy to end their national division by accepting a common mandate”). Mc Connell, supra note 33, at 457 (“On the whole, even if some subgroups are not liberal, a pluralistic society seems more likely to live harmoniously if it extends freedom of speech, association, and religion to seemingly illiberal subgroups than if it attempts to weed out dangerous voices.”).
(forthcoming) (manuscript at 26-30), [ (showing precedents in Free Exercise case law for conscience claims similar in almost every respect to those that Ne Jaime and Siegel highlight). [Nothing] in the nature of [Hobby Lobby’s] objection had the necessary effect of imposing the costs of its objection on third parties; it had that effect only because of the scheme selected by the government. at 2525-26 (favorably emphasizing the modest social impact of the Amish in Wisconsin v. at 2552-65 (highlighting, with concern, Catholic and Evangelical ambitions to evangelize).