It’s not about discrimination, it’s about respect for homeowners

Enough with the religious discrimination charges against the good people of Oak Park.
I have stayed out of this debate and even refused to sign a petition against the Chabad expansion, but enough us enough.
In his recent letter, Mr. Franklin states he has lived in Oak Park 30 years, but the Chabad was not opened until 1994. If having a place of worship within walking distance was so important, why did Mr. Franklin’s family move to a community without one? How did they get along for 14 yea...

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