17 Groups Demand Repeal of Oregon Ban On Turbans

February 2010
India -- West;2/19/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 13, pB18
The article reports on the move by 17 interfaith, civil rights and bar association organizations to urge legislature in Oregon to cancel the ban and offer equal opportunity to religious minorities.


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