i have a problem with the idea that "originally the legislators believed that only people with religious reasons would use the form to file a request for exemption." a number of years ago when i first started filing exemptions, it was the state worker who told me (when i noticed and mentioned that the exemption form was religious) "they are one in the same." and there are other parts of the statutes and regs that refer to "conscientious objection." if you read the part that talks about the state's 60 days to approve or deny, it is right there, the state admits and accepts "conscientious objections."
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