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NJ Court Ruled That Religious Institutions Can Fire an Employee if They Do Not Follow Religious Tenets

A new ruling from New Jersey’s Supreme Court upheld that religious institutions have the right to fire employees who fail to abide by established religious tenets. The case sets a new precedent in the state. 

This new outcome identifies that when an employee has agreed to follow a religious...

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