|By Mark A. Kellner|
On the other hand, in a statement to the
"The fact that five
At least one other Democrat - Sen.
Reaction to even a veiled suggestion of changes to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act was quick and strong.
"Changing RFRA because some disagree with one particular application of the law would set a dark precedent by undermining the fundamental principle of religious freedom for all, even for those whose religious beliefs may be unpopular at the moment," said the signers of a joint letter to House Speaker
Some opponents - including a legal scholar and secularist lobby group - of the
RFRA was key to the