The United States Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a bid by President Donald Trump‘s administration to shield FBI agents from a lawsuit by three American Muslim men who said they were placed on the government’s “no-fly list” for refusing to become informants.

The justices will take up the administration’s appeal of a lower court ruling allowing the men, all US citizens or permanent residents who were born abroad, to sue under a 1993 federal law called the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

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The law was aimed at ensuring that the government had compelling reasons to substantially burden any person’s exercise of religion. At issue is a part of the law that provides for “appropriate relief against a government”, without defining what type of

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