South Carolina::No Religious Test Clause
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South Carolina South Carolina's constitution still contains the religious test language requiring belief in a supreme being -- see this clause, for instance -- even though the requirement was found unconstitutional. I think it's appropriate to include SC in the list of states whose constitutions include such requirements. Agathman (talk) 02:44, 2 July 2009 (UTC)
I live in South Carolina and this policy is no longer enforced according to officers, but since that's not valid citation, I suppose that means that you are right and SC needs to be included in the list. Kinghitmanlane (talk) 21:29, 22 June 2012 (EST)
Talk:No Religious Test Clause sections
Intro South Carolina Supreme Court nominations States section discrepancies Edmunds-Tucker Act Pennsylvania error?
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