Crowd of 130 Attends Stand Up Rally in Bloomington

Posted by Martha Silva (June 15, 2012 at 9:40 am)

A crowd of 130 attended the Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally in Bloomington, Indiana on Friday, June 8.

We only had one negative comment — “Go home!” — from a passerby, but otherwise there were no conflicts.

More importantly, it was quite clear that the people of Bloomington had a chance to see that its citizens refused to let the government take over their lives. Many of the local people paused to listen to a speaker or two before moving on to their destination; a few people both young and old stopped by to join the rally; drivers and their passengers looked and listened as they were stopped at the streetlights.

The rally was a great success and brought together multiple organizations and churches.

In the week following the rally, Bloomington’s city council refused Planned Parenthood a grant for the first time in 14 years! Slowly, but surely, the people of Bloomington are realizing the effects of destructive regulations mandated by the government.

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