Adams County officials have agreed to pay $25,000 to a Muslim inmate after he accused them of denying him a Koran during the holy days of Ramadan.

Adams jail officials also agreed to change its policies to ensure all inmates receive religious documents on a timely basis, according to the settlement.

In exchange, Marquis Harris agreed to drop a civil lawsuit he filed against the Adams County Detention Facility last year.

"It is encouraging to see courageous Muslims in our society fight the discrimination Donald Trump has loosed in America," according to a statement Tuesday by his attorney, David Lane, a Denver civil rights attorney.

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