Appellate Court lssues Landmark Ruling Siding with Monks in La

March 2013
Funeral Service Insider Newsletter;3/25/2013, p2
Trade Publication
The article discusses the U.S. Supreme Court case between monks at St. Joseph Abbey, a small group of monks, in Covington, Louisiana and Louisiana Board of Funeral Directors which deals with issue of the sale of caskets in the state. It mentions that the controversy erupted in December 2007 when Louisiana Board of Funeral Directors ordered the monks to stop selling caskets. The court reviewed the issue and made a decision in favor of the monks.


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