LILBURN, Ga.—A mosque dispute in this Atlanta suburb is shining a
spotlight on an antidiscrimination law increasingly pitting the
Department of Justice against zoning officials across the country.
Lilburn's city council plans to vote Tuesday whether to allow
construction of a 20,000-square-foot Muslim worship center between a
large Baptist church and a Hindu temple on a busy thoroughfare also
lined with gas stations and strip malls.
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