Members of the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on Oct. 5 in a case that pits government anti-discrimination law against the autonomy of religious groups to hire and fire employees on the basis of religion. Photo courtesy U.S. Supreme Court

(RNS1-OCT05) Members of the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on Oct. 5 in a case that pits government anti-discrimination law against the autonomy of religious groups to hire and fire employees on the basis of religion. For use with RNS-SCOTUS-HIRING, transmitted Oct. 5, 2011. RNS photo courtesy U.S. Supreme Court.

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