Religious Liberty

The quiet religious-freedom fight

By Emma Green ● The Atlantic ● 11/05/2017

Almost two decades ago Congress passed legislation intended to prevent cities and towns from using zoning laws against religious organizations seeking a place to hold worship services. In practice, the arduous legal process set up by the legislation has left congregations with limited resources bogged down in a morass of bureaucratic red tape.

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