PJI claims city imposing Orwellian ordinance
March 29, 2018
Pacific Justice Institute is suing the city of De Pere, a suburb of 24,000 near Green Bay, on behalf of the plaintiffs. The lawsuit was filed March 22.
PJI President Brad Dacus says the language of the ordinance, which went into effect March 1, is worrisome and broad, covering hiring and firing practices, and public accommodation at churches, and even the First Amendment right to free expression at the radio station.
Read more at: https://www.onenewsnow.com/legal-courts/2018/03/29/pji-claims-city-imposing-orwellian-ordinance
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