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Salem Radio Network News Thursday, February 22, 2018

Religious News

Atlanta free speech case goes to court.

A former Atlanta fire chief who says he was let go for his
religious beliefs is awaiting a judge's ruling.  Kelvin Cochran criticized
homosexuality in a book he wrote for a men's Bible study in 2013.  Word got out
and he was fired two years later.  Cochran has since filed a federal lawsuit
against the city and the mayor, saying his free speech and due-process rights
had been violated.  U.S. District Judge Leigh  May could decide the matter
herself, effectively ending the case, or she could decide there are factual
matters that need to be considered by a jury.  A decision is expected before the end of the year.
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