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New Mexico Prisoner Vindicates Native American Religious Rights with Injunction, Fees and Damages

A New Mexico prisoner has prevailed in a religious freedom case that vindicated his right to practice his Native American beliefs. The lawsuit resulted in a settlement in April 2009 that specified the religious practices prison officials must allow, as well as nominal damages, costs and attorney fees.

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