No Islamic Law: Arksansas House Says Courts Must Follow American Laws
February 7, 2017
Arkansas House of Representatives pass a bill Monday that would require "American laws for American courts."
The House approved HB-1041, which directs judges in the state's courtrooms to use only American-based laws when they make decisions.
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