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February 24, 2005

House Bill 1104: Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Author:
Representative Thompson and Noe

Summary:
This bill protects the religious freedom of individuals from the state government. It achieves this goal by limiting the ability of the government to adopt policies discriminating against religious activities. The bill also enables individuals to challenge government entities, and if the person prevails, to receive attorney's fees. Finally, the bill allows a court to prevent a person from filing frivolous or fraudulent claims against the government.

Status:

01/06/2005Authored by Representative Noe
01/06/2005Coauthored by Representative Thompson
01/06/2005First reading: referred to Committee on Judiciary
02/24/2005H Died in Committee

HSLDA's Position:
Support.

Action Requested:
No action requested at this time.

 Other Resources

Jan-24-2005 — Indiana--Calls Needed--Religious Freedom Hangs in the Balance

Bill Text

Bill History