There are several laws that allow the omission of an SSN to employers and non-governmental agencies. The general context of those laws is a religious basis.

As America becomes more secular, I wonder if there will be a "test of faith" to be eligible to exemption under certain laws.

Can an Atheist or Agnostic claim the equivalent religious exception, but under conscious objector grounds? (or similar)

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