Separation of Church and State

Only in Indiana:

Now Town Council President Bill Guarnery admits the town might have overreacted and will curtail strict enforcement of ordinances.

“We will go back to enforcing ordinances when there is a complaint,” Guarnery said.

The issue arose last month after a complaint about street basketball in the Country Walk neighborhood. The council told the police to issue warnings to homeowners violating the ordinance. Within two weeks, the department had handed out 35 warnings to Brownsburg residents.

That’s what you get when you start messin’ around with the state religion.

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