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Little Falls school district says tea party has agreed to building use policies
St. Cloud Times
An Islamic civil rights group said Thursday it wants the Little Falls school district to clarify assurances that district policies prohibiting harassment and religious disparagement will not be violated during a Central Minnesota Tea Party event Monday at Little Falls High School.
The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said it will seek clarification after a district official said a tea party group has "signed off in writing" that a scheduled appearance by Brigitte Gabriel, head of the group ACT! for America, will not violate those policies. CAIR-MN describes Gabriel as having anti-Muslim views.
In response to a question from the Times Editorial Board, Little Falls Superintendent Stephen Jones confirmed that the group and school had entered into the agreement.
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