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Decided: Dodge v. Salvation Army — Can religious organizations receiving federal, state, and local government funding discriminate against people whose religion they don't like? The U.S. District Court of Biloxi, Mississippi rules "no," finding in favor of a pagan and against the Salvation Army.

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