Amy Coney Barrett's Surprising Remarks in Supreme Court Religion Case
Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett pursued a line of questioning during oral arguments in a religious rights case on Tuesday that may surprise some of her supporters and critics.
The Supreme Court heard the case of a former mail carrier and evangelical Christian, Gerald Groff, who is arguing that the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) failed to provide him with adequate religious accommodation because his beliefs prevent him from working Sundays.
Barrett, a Roman Catholic and member of the Court's conservative wing, is well-known for her deeply held religious...