Wilmington pool revises regulations to accommodate religious clothing

A group of Muslim students returned to a public pool this week in Wilmington, Delaware.

The action is significant, because a year ago those students were asked to leave because of the cotton clothes they were wearing at the time were against the rules.

The city has settled a lawsuit with the school and families for $50,000.

The city of Wilmington didn't admit any wrongdoing but agreed to revise regulations to accommodate clothing worn for religious reasons.