Richard T. Foltin is a longtime advocate and analyst on religious freedom issues, including several appearances before congressional committees to testify on religious discrimination in the workplace. He formerly served as director of National and Legislative Affairs for the American Jewish Committee. Among other current activities, Foltin serves as cochair of the Religious Freedom Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice. His chapter on the religious freedom implications of COVID-19 is included in an ABA book published this summer. The views expressed here are his own. Follow him on Twitter at @rfoltin.