Judge Tosses Lawsuit Filed By Group Opposed To Creation Of Religious Boundary Judge Tosses Lawsuit Filed By Group Opposed To Creation Of Religious Boundary - 27 East

Judge Tosses Lawsuit Filed By Group Opposed To Creation Of Religious Boundary

authorErin McKinley on Feb 6, 2013
A federal judge has dismissed one of three lawsuits spawned by the proposed creation of a mostly invisible religious boundary in western Southampton Town, and set a tentative timeline for... more

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