And still No Decision Yet in Free Speech Lawsuit in Detroit

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No decision yet in Detroit ad dispute Chad Groening – OneNewsNow 

A national public interest law firm that defends and promotes
America's Christian values says it will probably be August before a judge makes
a ruling on whether their client can resume a bus ad campaign that reaches out
to individuals who want to leave Islam.

Last week, a federal judge denied the Thomas More Law Center's
(TMLC) motion for a temporary restraining order against the Suburban
Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) in Detroit. That would
have forced the business to display 
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banners that are part of a campaign called
"Leaving Islam," which is sponsored by the Freedom Defense

The judge did hear testimony on the FDI's motion
for a preliminary injunction and said she would rule on it in about 30

Robert Muise, senior trial counsel at the Thomas More Law Center, argues that SMART cannot discriminate
based on viewpoint.

"Under the same guidelines that they're claiming that
our clients can't post their advertisement that says, 'Leaving Islam? Do you
need help,' they permitted an atheist organization to post advertising that
says, 'If you do not believe in God, you're not alone,'" Muise reports. "So now
they want to pick and choose as the government which viewpoints they permit and
which ones they don't permit."

The TMLC senior trial counsel adds that
his clients were forced to file a similar lawsuit against the Miami-Dade transit
authority before that company backed down and displayed the ads. Those
advertisements are also running in New York and San Francisco.

"The law
is so strong on our side, which I think is the reason why the other cities
acknowledged that they have to, under the First Amendment, allow these
advertisements," he concludes.

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