Article: Court Says Atheist Inmate’s Religious Rights Were Not Burdened By Missouri Prison System - 2016 KCUR by Margolies
Does a prison’s failure to regard atheism as a “religious preference” violate the Constitution?
That’s the question raised by a former Missouri prisoner, who contended the failure of the Missouri Department of Corrections (MDOC) to list “atheist” on prison intake forms violated his First Amendment rights.
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