Judge Miner's dissent begins on page 357.
This appeal concerns the proposed use of a public school building for Sunday worship services by an evangelical Christian church. Courts often struggle to reconcile the principle of equal access to government buildings with a competing principle of American public life, that is, the separation of church and state. In the case before us, the district court resolved this tension in favor of allowing religious speech on public property. Recent Supreme Court precedent requires that we affirm.
Miner '56, Roger J., "Bronx Household of Faith v. BD. OF EDUC., NEW YORK, 331 F. 3d 342 - Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit 2003" (2003). Circuit Court Opinions. 128.