An internal dispute in a tiny Charlotte church made its way to the North Carolina Court of Appeals, which threw the lawsuit out Tuesday on First Amendment grounds.
An internal dispute in a tiny Charlotte church made its way to the North Carolina Court of Appeals, which threw the lawsuit out Tuesday on First Amendment grounds. Observer staff
An internal dispute in a tiny Charlotte church made its way to the North Carolina Court of Appeals, which threw the lawsuit out Tuesday on First Amendment grounds. Observer staff

Appeals court throws out Charlotte church dispute on First Amendment grounds

September 06, 2016 4:46 PM

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