Last week the U.S. Supreme Court seemed open to arguments made in FNU Tanzin v. Tanvir that the Muslim plaintiffs could seek money damages from FBI agents for alleged violations of a religious freedom statute, but a ruling in their favor could lead government officials to fear personal liability and dampen enforcement of anti-discrimination laws, says Patrick Hammon at McManis Faulkner.

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