ジョナサン・ターリー: This is a huge win for free exercise and religious freedom. The court does not just side with this coach, but it does some cleanup work with regard to prior doctrines, including something called the Lemon test. This effectively puts the final nail in the coffin of Lemon. That was a test in determining when you would have violations under these clauses. And what the court says is that there is a better approach and that there’s no such thing as what the court calls a modified heckler’s veto, that just because some people might be offended by a speech like this, it can be prescribed by the state.