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Thursday, November 6, 2014
Ireland to Have Referendum on Removing Blasphemy Prohibition from Constitution
According to Religion Clause Blog, the government of Ireland has agreed to hold a referendum on the question of whether the Irish Constitution's prohibition on blasphemy should be removed. No date has been set for the referendum, nor is it known whether the blasphemy prohibition will be replaced with a prohibition on religious hatred.