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Category: Religious News
Library Lawsuit - Seaside, OR
ASTORIA, Oregon (AP) - A Christian legal advocacy group is suing
Oregon's Seaside Public Library.
Liberty Counsel says the library unconstitutionally denies
access to its meeting room for certain religious activities.
The Daily Astorian reports that Benjamin Boyd had asked to use
the meeting room for an evangelical outreach to help mold children
into responsible citizens by shaping their moral consciousness from
a Christian and Biblical viewpoint.
The library's policy says its meeting rooms cannot be used for
religious services or proselytizing.
Liberty Counsel claims the policy violates the First and 14th
Amendments guaranteeing free speech and equal protection.