Overdoing Religious Freedom

Government shall not burden a person’s or religious organization’s freedom of religion; protect the right to act or refuse to act on religious grounds; specify that government shall prove by clear and convincing evidence prove a compelling governmental interest in establishing a burden on the freedom of religion; specify what constitutes a burden. A burden shall include indirect burdens such as withholding benefits, assessing penalties, or an exclusion from programs or access to facilities.

~ Kentucky Religious Freedom Bill (2013-03-28 age:4)

This is an ill-conceived bill that muddies more than it clarifies. For example:

The government may not have compelling interest to interfere, but they are still other valid reasons.