It's enough to make you wonder whether Samantha twitched her nose and cast a spell on the robed wonders. Or,...
"Denying access" and "paying for" are two very different things. Since Debra quoted the unpaid Wicca priest above, I'd say no one was denied access.
In its wisdom -- and yes, I am being ironic -- the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco issued a ruling Tuesday that revives a California inmate lawsuit to force the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to hire a paid, full-time Wiccan chaplain. Oddly, the three-judge panel found that the complaint "did not contain sufficient facts to support a cognizable legal theory under the First Amendment." Nonetheless, the court overturned a federal judge's 2011 dismissal of the lawsuit.
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