Opinion | On the Supreme Court, Religion and a Scheduled Execution

The state’s history on the question of clergy in the execution chamber is convoluted to say the least. Texas employed only Christian and Muslim chaplains when, in 2019, a Buddhist inmate sentenced to death requested the presence of a Buddhist spiritual adviser at his execution. The state refused, and the Supreme Court, over the dissenting…

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