Limestone County Bill Of Rights Rally
LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – A group of people in Limestone County says the Bill of Rights is under attack, and they vow to defend it. They gathered on the steps of the Limestone County Courthouse Saturday morning to talk about their rights as Americans, and let elected officials know how they feel.
Some of the speakers urged parents to involve their children in discussions about Constitutional issues. Others suggested more people should involve themselves in political matters, and use the internet to let their voices be heard.
Many of the Limestone County’s elected officials were in the crowd, including several members of the County Commission, members of the Athens City Council, and two members of the State Legislature.
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