Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Colorado Library Changes Policy After Federal Lawsuit

A public library in Colorado recently changed their policy after Liberty Counsel's federal lawsuit. The library policy would not allow a group to use the library's meeting room unless the group also brought in an opposing viewpoint for any "controversial" topic. The government certainly does not have the right to require you to espouse a viewpoint with which you disagree. That is one of the fundamental principles of the First Amendment.