A story from the Conservative news on bible trouble in GA.
A public library system in Georgia faces a lawsuit for banning the display and distribution of small paperback Bibles in designated \”free literature\” areas.
Stuart J. Roth, an attorney with the ACLJ.
\”The law is very clear about this issue: if a library permits the display and distribution of other materials, it cannot legally exclude the Bible because the material is religious in nature.\”
The complaint said library officials allow other materials to be distributed in that area, including newspapers such as The South Georgia Business Journal and religious publications including the National Jewish Voice and The Testimony of Truth.