A Connecticut condominium association has reversed its decision to ban the display of mezuzahs on the doorposts of residents’ apartments.
Barbara Cadranel, who had been instructed to remove her mezuzah from her doorpost or face a $50 fine per-day, has learned that she will be permitted to display the religious artifact.
Cadranel’s attorneys, Nathan Lewin and Alyza Lewin, announced on Tuesday that the matter had been resolved.
“We are very pleased that we were able to resolve this matter without having to resort to litigation,” Alyza Lewin said in a statement. “The outpouring of public support for Ms. Cadranel was extraordinary.
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