The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit reversed an order denying preliminary injunction to a religious organization over a battle with a Michigan township to feature religious displays on the organization’s prayer trail.

In a Sept. 11 opinion, Sixth Circuit Judge Raymond M. Kethledge determined that the district court had incorrectly held that religious organization Catholic Healthcare’s free-exercise and statutory claims were unripe, and had wrongly denied its motion for preliminary injunction.

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