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The Free Exercise Clause permits the State to prohibit sacramental drug use and may deny unemployment benefits to persons discharged.
There is no evidence that Oregon's drug law tries to stop/regulate any religious beliefs.
if Smith won there would be problems.
The compelling interest test needs to be used throughout the case and not applied to certain parts.
The respondents ate peyote under the prohibited law of Oregon. Then Oregon is correct in not giving them unemployment
the Supreme Court has never held a religious belief of a person as an excuse for a law.
the First Amendment excludes all government regulation on religious activities
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