Even if they’ve got a motorcycle parked in it.
If there had been another shrubbery, next to the first, only slightly higher so you get a two-layer effect with a little path running down the middle, the case might have come out differently.
Massachusetts got rid of its religious test in 1821—but not because it was unconstitutional.
Or at least reduced the number of people who died of old age while saying it.
It could be populated by up to 360 mini-Nebraskans.
Seems like there’s something in the Constitution on this. Maybe one of those amendments?
Did I enjoy searching a Supreme Court transcript for the word “Ferris”? I did.
It’s a *#*&@^ stupid law.
Did you not know that? *awkward silence*
One of those cases that shows the “rational basis” test might be misnamed.