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Inmate who said he needs stuffed animals to meditate may pursue religious claim, 2nd Circuit rules

ABA Journal Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
A federal appeals court has ruled for a pro se inmate who claimed stuffed animals were necessary for the practice of his religion.The…
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