Should Prayer on a Public Sidewalk Be Grounds for Arrest?

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A Northwestern graduate student faces disorderly conduct charges for praying on a public sidewalk in front of a Planned Parenthood facility in Chicago. His arrest stems from a law passed last October that prohibits approaching or interfering with anyone entering or leaving a health care facility. Do you think prayer on a public sidewalk constitutes interference and should be grounds for arrest?

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