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Additional Commentaries by Peter Biella - 2
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Design of the "Other Documents Cited" screens
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Documents Cited in the Supreme Court Ruling - 1
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Hialeah Resolutions and Ordinances (1987)
City of Hialeah, Florida, Resolution No. 87-66, adopted June 9, 1987, provides:
    WHEREAS, residents and citizens of the City of Hialeah have expressed their concern that certain religions may propose to engage in practices which are inconsistent with public morals, peace or safety, and
    WHEREAS, the Florida Constitution, Article I, Declaration of Rights, Section 3, Religious Freedom, specifically states that religious freedom shall not justify practices inconsistent with public morals, peace or safety.
    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HIALEAH, FLORIDA, that:
     1. The City reiterates its commitment to a prohibition against any and all acts of any and all religious groups which are inconsistent with public morals, peace or safety.

City of Hialeah, Florida, Ordinance No. 87-40, adopted June 9, 1987, provides:
    WHEREAS, the citizens of the City of Hialeah, Florida, have expressed great concern over the potential for animal sacrifices being conducted in the City of Hialeah; and
     WHEREAS, Section 828.27, Florida Statutes, provides that 'nothing contained in this section shall prevent any county or municipality from enacting any ordinance relating to animal control or cruelty to animals which is identical to the provisions of this Chapter . . . except as to penalty.' [etc.]

Hialeah Ordinances
FlaStat 
585
FlaStat 
826
310 So2d 42
7 USC 1901-5
721 F2nd 729
688 FSupp 1522
723 FSupp 1469
Bill of Rights
XIV Amendment
Petitioners' Brief
Respondants' Brief
Petitioners' Reply Brief
Francione Brief
Oral Arguments
Scalia 
Souter 
Blackmun 
American, Vol. 1
Religion, Vol. 7
Religion, Vol. 12
Religion, Vol. 13
Judaica, Vol. 14
Islam
Biblical Quotations
Webster's 3rd International Dictionary
Web View
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The Design of the "Other Documents Cited" screens

  Lower-court rulings and and other documents cited in the Supreme Court's Santería ruling are linked to the "Court Decision" screens. The sample screen to the left shows the design of Documents screens.

  For a description of  Decision screens, click here.

  Click here for the text of the decision.

  Like court Decision screens,  Documents can be accessed sequentially by using the blue arrows (34) located at the top of each screen.
 
 
 

  Documents can also be accessed nonlinearly in two ways:  from menu buttons the bottom of the screen - and from the "Web View," accessible from a  green button at the bottom of the screens.
 
 


 
Design of the "Court Decision" screens
Design of "Other Documents Cited" screens
 Web View
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