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News out of Antioch, California, on The Contra Costa county library's policy of barring religious groups from reserving a public meeting room. A national religious rights groups said in a lawsuit this is unconstitutional. The Alliance Defense Fund filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors and library officials. The group brought the suit on behalf of a Christian ministry barred from reserving a public meeting room at the county library's Antioch branch because its policy prohibits the use of the rooms for "religious purposes," the group said.
Thanks to The Resourceshelf for the heads up.