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DC Circuit Hears Oral Arguments From Sikh Marine Enlistees


On Tuesday, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in Singh v. Berger. (Audio of full oral arguments.) In the case, the D.C. federal district court refused to grant a preliminary injunction to three Sikh Marine recruits who wanted to prevent enforcement of the Marine’s uniform and grooming policies during recruit training while their case continues to be litigated. Sikh religious beliefs require plaintiffs to maintain an unshorn beard and hair, wear a turban and wear other religious items. (See prior posting.) PTI reports on the oral arguments.


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