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The First Amendment states that Congress will not make any laws establishing religion and that there would be free exercise of any religion. These two clause make up what is called the Establishment part of the First Amendment.

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Answered by Sherell Wood. The Establishment Clause and The Free Exercise Clause. Hope that helps. :)

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