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Race, Diversity, Speech Rights, Dress Codes

April 27, 2003

By Scott Norvell at FOXnews

A group of Boston ministers who used to enjoy free golfing at a city-owned course is saying the decision to rescind that privilege is racist, reported the Boston Globe.

A city contract to run the course in Franklin Park, Mass., previously allowed the mayor, the parks commissioner and "duly ordained ministers" to play without paying greens fees. But last week, after details of the contract were revealed, the policy was abolished... Download file "Race, Diversity, Speech Rights, Dress Codes"

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