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Current Issues in Religious Land Use

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Learn alternatives to substantial burden jurisprudence and walk away with a better understanding of RLUIPA and unreasonable limitations on religious land use zoning. Since RLUIPA was first-enacted, much religious land use litigation has centered on substantial burden concepts, mostly with mixed results. Local governments reacted by avoiding laws that could be deemed a substantial burden on the free exercise of religion in favor of laws that are, at least facially, time-manner-place neutral. Using what appear to be facially neutral laws, local governments have created, by design in some instances, a series of related land use restrictions which in the aggregate have the same effect of infringing on the free exercise of religion while avoiding substantial burden attacks. In other cases, local governments simply fail to recognize the constitutional infringements of their code. This material focuses on how to identify local government practices that impose unlawful restraints on the free exercise of religion, and strategies to challenge those unlawful restraints.

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Ariel R. Deray, Arnstein & Lehr LLP Franklin L. Zemel, Arnstein & Lehr LLP

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