Referring to your last post: And that’s why you’re a lawyer and we obviously are not, Jim. Your points are excellent, but just not the kind of thing most of us consider.
I guess my question is where do we define the line? For example, assume a Catholic diocese bought a mall and leased the facility out to a number of stores, and there was a community room in the mall. The mall management makes the community room available as a polling place. There is no evidence of ownership or Catholic influence or symbols. However, it would seem that this might be in conflict with the establishment clause.