My religion is the Church of the Hakatai and I would like to prove that mineral specimens of cyanotrichite from our source of emergence, the Last Chance mineoldhakataihobo
I don't think your example may be exactly the same. The Indians were trying to exclude non-tribal climbers on religious grounds and it seems like you can't doaguabug
Bob The conundrum is much larger that the taking of some rocks. What the government is doing could be construed as preferential treatment based on a religiousattyjonbeck
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