December 30, 2006
Michigan's Anti-Affirmative Action Constitutional Amendment Not Enjoined. It's not really a statutory interpretation issue, but this decision from the Sixth Circuit I found quite interesting.
Fourth Circuit Issues Two Opinions, One Upholding an Inmate's Religious Rights under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000 Over Constitutional Challenges. The court's opinion in Madison v. US rejecting Virginia's constitutional challenge to 42 USC 2000cc-1(a) (fondly known as "RLUIPA") can be found here. The same court's opinion in Lovelace v. Lee, where the court split on various issues, can be found here.
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