"Unfortunately, it seems that protecting religious liberty hasn’t been all that important to U.S. attorneys nationwide. In April 2018, our organization, Public Advocate of the United States, filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the DOJ, asking for “all records demonstrating compliance or noncompliance with” the order to appoint religious liberty points of contact.
Of the 94 U.S. attorneys offices, only 20 could provide a record showing they had complied with the order and appointed a religious liberty point of contact. Of those 20, three of them took action only after Public Advocate brought suit."
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