Following Oklahoma, Wyoming Takes Aim at Islamic and International Law

by Julian Ku

Oklahoma’s controversial constitutional amendment banning Oklahoma courts from relying on Islamic and international law has inspired as similar effort in Wyoming.  I think this whole effort is largely harmless, if misguided. Still, an interesting trend in the U.S.

CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming judges wouldn’t be allowed to consider Islamic law or international law when making rulings, under a proposed state constitutional amendment introduced this week.

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