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January 30, 2012 |From the PROVIDENCE JOURNAL: "What would Roger Williams have done?" by Ed Fitzpatrick January 29, 2012: What would Roger Williams have thought about the prayer banner at Cranston High School West? [...] David A. Logan -- dean of the state's only law school, which is at a university named for Roger Williams -- said Ahlquist fits into a tradition of courageous plaintiffs, exemplified by "the lonely pamphleteer," who adopt a minority viewpoint, face ostracism...Alquist, banner, church, cranston, David, law school, Logan, prayer, Roger, Roger Williams, state, Williams
January 21, 2012 |From GOLOCALPROV: "Cranston Prayer Controversy: What will it Cost?" by Patricia Resende CRANSTON, R.I., January 21, 2012 - The debate over whether to remove a prayer banner from the auditorium at Cranston West High School has sparked controversy, and one factor in that debate is just how much time and money taxpayers and officials are willing to spend to prove their point. The lawsuit was brought by the Rhode Island Local Affiliate of American Civil Liberties Union against the Cranston School...banner, cranston, edward, edward eberle, elerle, law, law school, prayer, rhode, Roger Williams, RWU Law, school