The U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday it had denied review of decisions that struck down prohibitions on same-sex marriage in five states. But the court will take on the issue of religious freedom once again this week. This time, the argument lies in the length of a beard.
In Holt v. Hobbes, Arkansas inmate Gregory Holt says he should be allowed to grow his facial hair as part of his Muslim faith. But officials at the facility where he's serving a life sentence for slitting his girlfriend's throat say no, on safety grounds.
SCOTUSblog editor Amy Howe joins Take Two to discuss Holt v. Hobbs, its similarities to the Hobby Lobby case, and what the Court's ruling could mean for the protection of minority faiths in the United States.