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Lawsuit Filed Charitable Feeding Ban Violates Religious Freedom

On April 12, last Wednesday night, Phillip Paul Bryant, a devote Christian, filed a lawsuit (Cause #2017-25049) contesting that Houston’s Charitable Feeding Ban violates his exercise of religious freedom. Bryant keeps cans of tuna and bottled water in his car and spontaneously gives food to the poor when Christ compels him to do so. The City of Houston, requires good Samaritans to get a permit to share food and water when they share it with more than five people. Bryant cannot get a permit because there is no specific location where he will share food. He cannot ask the City of Houston for a permit because he does not know in advance when Christ will compel him to share food and water.

Phillip Paul Bryant is represented by Eric Dick and Randall Kallinen.


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Community college celebrated in May

At NISOD, they know community college faculty, administrators, staff work hard every day to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to be successful in their academic pursuits. We are committed to helping you help your students by providing resources, strategies, and ideas that drive teaching, learning, and leadership excellence.
As it celebrates National Community College Month, they hope that the public will acknowledge the importance of community colleges for the nation’s entire educational system and join us in May for our International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence, the “must-attend” event for the community and technical college educators!
Take a peek at the 2017 Conference Program!
There’s still time to get $50 off regular registration prices! Register by May 6 to receive our Early Bird Registration discount.
Did you know that you can register for the conference now and pay later? Why wait until the last minute? At a time when college budgets are limited, it only makes sense to secure the best price