A proposal to ban the use of foreign law in Virginia was on its way to passing the House of Delegates, despite objections from religious groups that it was a back-door attack on Islam that could also harm followers of other faiths.

Then business interests expressed concern, and legislators decided to take a closer look.

For now, such measures have been sent back to the drawing board, but supporters said they plan to try again next year.

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