American Civil Liberty Union

  • Conservative Group Challenges ACLU Over City’s Plan to Use Church for Senior Center

    The nonprofit legal group, Liberty Institute, recently announced that it has submitted a letter of support to the City of Oklahoma City for its decision to lease or purchase a portion of the Putnam City Baptist Church in order to establish a Metropolitan Area Projects 3 senior wellness center. The City had been threatened for its decision by the ACLU, but Liberty Institute attorneys reviewed the subject and concluded that the City’s plans comply with constitutional standards.

    South 08 August 2013 16:27

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