State constitutions may grant broader rights than the federal constitution. The Oregon courts have interpreted several major rights in the state constitution more broadly than the matching federal right, including speech, freedom of religion, and search and seizure. On the other hand, the Oregon constitution doesn’t expressly prohibit establishment of religion and doesn’t have a due process clause.


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