Appeals court: Florida must provide prisoners kosher food
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July 14, 2016, The Associated Press
Supporters of the kosher program praised the ruling, which was released only two days after the judges heard oral arguments.
“This is a huge win, and it perfectly shows how protecting religious liberty for any Americans ultimately protects it for all Americans,” said Daniel Blomberg, legal counsel of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, a nonprofit law firm that filed a friend-of-court brief in the case. “Allowing prisoners to practice their faith is better for them, better for prisons, and better for society.”