There are limits to what the State may accomplish with respect to a religious employer, in dealing with its own employees who understand the nature and purposes of the employer and in being forced to fund with donated money that which it condemns. Amos, 483 U.S., at 337 n.15 (recognizing the burden on non-conforming employees). The State has not shown that there is any compelling need based on real complaints about alleged discrimination in Catholic Charities.


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