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Court upholds law on prisoners' religious rights

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / June 1, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court yesterday unanimously upheld a law requiring prisons to provide worship time and ceremonial materials for a wide range of inmate religious practices, in a case that saw evangelical Christians and Orthodox Jews passionately back the rights of a Satanist, a witch, and members of a white-supremacist sect. (Full article: 1125 words)

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