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RLUIPA Mosque Case: American Islamic Community Center vs. City of Sterling Heights, Michigan

Written by Daniel P. Dalton on August 18, 2017 Category: Mosques, RLUIPA Cases, RLUIPA Videos
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The successful RLUIPA mosque land use and zoning case involving the American Islamic Community Center in Sterling Heights, Michigan is discussed by attorney Daniel P. Dalton. Dalton is one of the nation’s most experienced attorneys in representing mosques, churches, temples and other religious institutions in religious land use and zoning cases. Read more about this mosque land and zoning use case and RLUIPA at

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