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The Commonwealth of Virginia was once the bastion for ideals such as freedom of religion and the right to assemble. Now look.
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Virginia Beach has agreed to consider giving a group of Buddhist monks a permit to hold worship services at their home. The tentative agreement would settle a federal lawsuit the monks filed against the city in September after complaints about traffic prompted the City Council to shut down their services. City officials filed a stipulation of settlement yesterday in U.S. District Court. The proposed permit would limit Sunday meditation services at the home to no more than 20 people at a time. Festivals wouldn’t be allowed but the city agreed to help the monks to find another location.
Source: Richmond Times-Dispatch, March 17, 2009