Prisoners Sue for Freedom of Worship In a spate of lawsuits across the United States, prisoners are challenging rules that they say interfere with their right to worship as they see fit. The suits are based on a law passed by Congress three years ago protecting religious freedoms for inmates. NPR's Adam Hochberg reports.
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Prisoners Sue for Freedom of Worship

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In a spate of lawsuits across the United States, prisoners are challenging rules that they say interfere with their right to worship as they see fit. The suits are based on a law passed by Congress three years ago protecting religious freedoms for inmates. NPR's Adam Hochberg reports.