A Wisconsin man who wants to hand out Bibles at the 40th Annual Twin Cities Pride festival in Loring Park this month will have to confine himself to a booth just outside of the event.Chief U.S. District Judge Michael Davis issued a 41-page order Monday denying Brian Johnson's request for an injunction that would force the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board to allow him unfettered access to the festival grounds, reasoning that his constitutional challenge was unlikely to succeed.Dot Belstler, Twin Cities Pride's executive director, said the ruling came as welcome news. ...read more: http://www.startribune.com/local/minneapolis/158501815.html
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But the organizers also agreed to set up an unattended "drop zone" inside the festival where anyone could leave information. The agreement does not bar anyone from walking through the festival to share their views with willing listeners.