South Boston Allied War Veteran Council
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You guys can NOT be in the parade!
The GLIB was refused the right to march in the parade on account of their sexual orientation. This is a violation of their 1st amendment right.
The South Boston Allied War Veterans Council was asked to organize The St. Patrick's Day Parade.
The Council is guilty of discriminating against The GLIB group and is to hereby let them march in the St.Patrick's Day Parade.
The council decided that The Irish-American Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Group of Boston (GLIB) was refused a spot in the parade.
First Amendment The United States of America shall respect any establishment or exercise of any religion. Freedom of speech and press are not to be abridge and the right to peacefully assemble and petition the government.
The GLIB filed a suit against the Council for discriminating against them because of their sexual orientation.
The court ruled in favor of the GLIB group saying that not being allowed to be in the parade is violating their first amendment right.
You've got to be kidding me!
The court ordered The Council to included The GLIB in the parade. They then concluded to say, The Council's lack of selection in the parade and failure to reject THE GLIB's message would not violate The Council's First Amendment Right.
This case is important to American society because it shows that everyone should have the right to express themselves however they'd like. We should also included others for their differences
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