Litigation Update: Department of Interior Considers Rulemaking on the Right to Use Eagle Feathers in Religious Exercise

Litigation Update: Department of Interior Considers Rulemaking on the Right to Use Eagle Feathers in Religious Exercise

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It is currently a federal crime, under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, for many Native Americans to possess eagle feathers for religious use. Congress authorized the Department of the Interior (the Department) to permit an exception for eagle feather use for “the religious purposes of Indian tribes” in 1962, yet more than 50 years later the Department’s regulations exclude millions of sincere Native American religious believers. And even Native Americans ... Más informaciones

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