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The issue is that if this was any other group of people, this wouldn't even be a conversation. The line would be "obey the parking ordinances or face the consequences." But for some insane reason, churchgoers get treated as a privileged group and there has to be dialog set up with them before enforcing the law. Not only is this ridiculous, as most of these people are neither voters nor taxpayers, it's pretty much unconstitutional. When the DC government lets churchgoers slide, that's essentially the government favoring the religious over other groups who don't get the same favorable treatment...and as someone mentioned earlier, I think there may be grounds for a lawsuit in there somewhere.

by MM on Dec 5, 2012 1:27 pm • linkreport

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