Dalton & Tomich wins injunction against Hinds County, Mississippi on behalf of The Church at Jackson

County’s zoning ordinance violates Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons […]

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Park and pray? Church wins preliminary injunction against City of St. Pete Beach, which attempted to forbid public parking in Church’s lot

City’s punitive measures restricting religious exercise of Pass-A-Grille Beach Community […]

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Court Orders municipality to tax residents after its leaders refused to pay a judgment

Civil rights litigation is vitally important. But it is neither […]

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Addressing Homeless Ministries through RLUIPA: Shawnee Mission Unitarian Universalist Church v. The City of Lenexa, Kansas

Shawnee Mission Unitarian Universalist Church (“Shawnee Mission Church” or “Church”) […]

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RLUIPA Protects Homeless Shelters within Churches – Our latest case in Kansas

Today we filed suit on behalf of Shawnee Mission Unitarian […]

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Building Faith: Protecting Religious Freedom Through Land Use Laws

Last night I was honored to speak on a panel […]

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Using RLUIPA when appearing before local planning and zoning boards

In the past several months, we have found that the […]

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Defining “religious exercise” under RLUIPA

  Today we had the opportunity to argue the parameters […]

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