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Silenced: A Concord Christian is gagged
"As long as she's doing that and not being demonstrative in what's she's doing, that's working so far. But this is a day-to-day kind of process," school board president Kassandra Ardinger told this newspaper last week.
What would happen if Urena were joined by another citizen, one concerned about, say, childhood obesity, who stood beside the muted mother and recited low-fat snack food recipes? Would her mouth be ordered shut, too? Would an athiest arguing against the existence of God be muffled?
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