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Westword’s Blog: ACLU STANDS UP FOR RIGHT OF COLORADO SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOLER TO WEAR ROSARY AT PUBLIC SCHOOL

Michael Roberts blogs about the ACLU's stance on rosaries in public schools.

Critics of the ACLU portray the organization as an apologist for flag burners. As such, the group loves to show it's about principles, not ideology. Case in point: Its defense of Cainan Gostnell, a Colorado Springs student whose middle school has banned wearing religious symbols like rosaries outside clothing.

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