43 CFR 6302.18 - How may American Indians use wilderness areas for traditional religious purposes?

§ 6302.18 How may American Indians use wilderness areas for traditional religious purposes?
In accordance with the American Indian Religious Freedom Act (42 U.S.C. 1996), American Indians may use wilderness areas for traditional religious purposes, subject to the provisions of the Wilderness Act, the prohibitions in § 6302.20, and other applicable law.

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