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Student Suspended for Refusing to Wear RFID Tracker Loses Lawsuit

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Here is the definition in federal law:

So I think as long as the court can convince itself that the person isn't screwing or lying around then the religion test passes. Which is why witchcraft is a religion in the USA for example.

I think the girl would have won if the school hadn't offered the non chip badge.

Absolutely.

Well that combined with the fact that its a magnet school so she chose to attend that school as opposed to her assigned school.

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Definitely agree... but how do they decide what is and what isn't religious?

I think it's been ruled by the courts that the Free Exercise Clause protects religious beliefs, not religious practices that run counter to laws.

This is why you can't marry 4 women simply because you're religion says to do it. Or why you don't have to pay taxes because some of the money is used for war that might be against your region or pay for health insurance that covers birth control etc. etc. etc.

I think there is more to it then what I'm saying but there is a lot of precedent on the subject.

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I think it's been ruled by the courts that the Free Exercise Clause protects religious beliefs, not religious practices that run counter to laws.

This is why you can't marry 4 women simply because you're religion says to do it. Or why you don't have to pay taxes because some of the money is used for war that might be against your region or pay for health insurance that covers birth control etc. etc. etc.

I think there is more to it then what I'm saying but there is a lot of precedent on the subject.

I think you are spot on.

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Look at everyone getting along.

Religion bringing people together again!

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What do you think about putting these kinds of "trackers" on students?

That is an extremely dangerous precedent to set.

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Look at everyone getting along.

Religion bringing people together again!

Adult discussion can be had in the Tinderbox.

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who cares....americans are still slaves to the government

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The tracker was not really the issue as much as the BLOOD SACRIFICE!! before they issued it.

Reenacted to protect the innocent.

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The tracker was not really the issue as much as the BLOOD SACRIFICE!! before they issued it.

Reenacted to protect the innocent.

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that is awesome

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It would not surprise me to see this idea spread as communities attempt to address security issues in schools. Chips are a practical way to track something, whether it be your cell phone, a car in a toll lane, your pet when it gets lost or every freakin' American citizen from cradle to grave. On the up side, this should eventually resolve the voter ID issue.

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Invent an implant that scans for chips within 100 yards or so when your heart stops. Would make solving murder pretty easy.

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Invent an implant that scans for chips within 100 yards or so when your heart stops. Would make solving murder pretty easy.

Tinderbox Circa 2025: Should Your Child's ID Implant Include Private Medical Information?

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