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U.S. Justice Department to focus on discrimination against houses of worship

Reuters Wednesday, 13 June 2018
U.S. Justice Department to focus on discrimination against houses of worshipWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department is planning to ramp up efforts to bring more civil rights lawsuits against municipalities that try to discriminate against houses of worship.
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Reuters reported that the U.S. Justice Department on Wednesday was planning to ramp up efforts to bring more civil rights lawsuits against municipalities that try to discriminate against houses of worship. The new initiative, outlined by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, marks the latest action in the...

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