All Ryan Arneson wanted to do was peacefully share his faith on campus. He hoped to hand out literature and speak with willing passers-byâ€”just like he had been doing for the previous two years without incident.
But when he sought permission from an official at South Mountain Community College to continue his gospel efforts, he was told to abide by the schoolâ€™s solicitation policy, even though he is only an individual that wanted to engage in individual expression.
The policy requires private individuals and groups alike to pay a minimum $50 fee, pay for insurance, and submit a request form and proof of insurance 14 days prior to visiting campus. Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) attorneys took the matter to court....
I think this fellow's rights were being violated. I wonder if the tried getting the ACLU first to do it for him? It would have been more impressive, anyway, if they had did the lawsuit. This is something like having people the same mind doing it, which might not impress people that much?
I hope this person who is trying to lead people up The Roman Road is not using haranguing techniques.