"Two hundred ten years ago, the people who drafted our Bill of Rights decided that banning books wasn't the way to handle disagreements. They thought the best thing was more speech. It is a pity that county commissioners in 2002 don't agree."
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Matt Coles
director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Lesbian and Gay Rights Projects
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on the occasion of a censorship challenge to It's Perfectly Normal
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 -- jim k, Austin      
Not just county commissioners but ecclesiastical seminaries (government schools K-college graduate), State extensions (such as corporations, llcs, etc.) and any/all public arenas.

 -- Mike, Norwalk     
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