Religion: 1990

Federal legislation bars the completion of the G-O road, primarily based on environmental factors, but preserving the sacred native land.

Religion: 1994

A youth in juvenile detention objects to being forced to attend a religion-based drug rehabilitation program and is sent to isolation; in 1995, he is vindicated by a court-approved settlement ending the mandatory attendance at such religiously-based programs.

Religion: 1995

Sikh children who had been suspended from their Livingston elementary school for wearing a kirpan, a small, wrapped and concealed knife that is one of the sacred symbols of their religion, win the right to go back to school, a victory based on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

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