[Vision2020] Christmas Craft Fun Day

Tom Hansen thansen at moscow.com
Sun Dec 13 05:42:32 PST 2009

John Pool stated:

"Off the top of my head (or off the bottom of the soles of my feet,
whichever is more appropriate in this case) I'd think that the answer
would be much more complex than the question, as is often the case when
nuance is important. Would you consider me presumptuous if I suggest that
what you meant to write was "public property" rather than "state
property"? "

No.  I didn't mean the generic "public property".  I meant state-owned,
tax-payer subsidized property, as in a local university.

Suppose I were to say that a local church conducted religious services on
state-owned, tax-payer subsidized property (as in a local university).

My question is modified as follows. . .

Is it right for a church to conduct a religious service on state-owned,
tax-payer subsidized property (i.e. a local university) even if the Idaho
State Board of Education Manual Governing Policies and Procedures states
that it is not?


Tom Hansen
Moscow, Idaho

"The Pessimist complains about the wind, the Optimist expects it to change
and the Realist adjusts his sails."

- Unknown

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