Religion in the Community (TX)

Representative Matt Krause from Tarrant County has filed a House Joint Resolution, HJR No. 125. The bill proposes a constitutional amendment relating to a person’s free exercise of religion. It specifically states: “A homeowners’ association may not burden in any way a person’s free exercise of religion unless the burden is: (1) necessary to further a compelling quasi-governmental interest of the homeowners’ association; and (2) the least restrictive means of furthering that interest.”  Read the article…………


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