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Old 01-02-2005, 01:03 PM   #6
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Looking at the history of legal cases...NOTHING would surprise me...and I also don't think the Gov't should be establishing/discouraging religious practices...where no one is harmed...yet as I'm sure you're aware...the native religions were SEVERELY suppressed, and in many cases, made illegal. Then also polygamy was once part of an organized religion, and that was outlawed. So there is a precedent for Gov't intervention. I personally would be more concerned about the eagles chances for survival, if the 'market' for them was greatly increased, much more than the impact on the people involved. Where money is involved, the track record for ethical conduct/concern for the resource isn't very encouraging!!!!
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