D.A.R.E. v. G-O-D

"The Bush administration has taken a position that is hostile to the free exercise of religion," writes Talk Left, "in a case accepted for review today by the Supreme Court. The case asks whether the Religious Freedom Restoration Act – a federal statute enacted to protect religious practices that might otherwise transgress the law – protects members of the New Mexico branch of a Brazilian church who want to ingest hoasca during religious ceremonies. Hoasca contains DMT, a mildly hallucinogenic substance regulated by federal law. (TalkLeft)

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