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Facially neutral land use regulations don’t violate RLUIPA (access required)

Where Prince William County required 35 categories of entities, including a church, to obtain a special use permit, or SUP, and the other 34 entities were seemingly secular, the church’s facial challenge to the statute failed. Background Prince William County moves to dismiss the six-count complaint filed by Alive Church of the Nazarene Inc., which alleges that ...