Ugly wreaths in Basalt run afoul of Constitution | AspenTimes.com

Ugly wreaths in Basalt run afoul of Constitution

Once again Basalt ignores constitutional practices and displays specific religious symbols on public property. The wreaths that are being displayed, in addition to being ugly, have no place on public property.

Bah humbug this is not. It is a call for Basalt to respect the separation of church and state.

Mark Kwiecienski

Basalt


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