By John Witte Jr.
Professor of law, Emory University
The bold constitutional experiment of granting religious freedom to all remains in place, and in progress, in the United States.
Inmates lose a remedy for religion-rights violations
By Tony Mauro
Ruling against lawsuits for money damages under RLUIPA, critics say, means states can avoid court scrutiny.
Court limits inmate lawsuits over religious rights
Prisoners may challenge policies but may not seek monetary damages from states for RLUIPA violations.
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