Georgia Mall Bans Christian Women's Group From Praying; Says It Violates 'Code of Conduct' Policy
August 6, 2014
A mall in Georgia has garnered much criticism for reportedly barring a group of women from praying out loud at the shopping facility. Dublin Mall, which is owned by MCK Properties, became the center of controversy after a security guard stopped a women's group from engaging in prayer.
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