Corry City Council won’t have to consider drafting an ordinance limiting the rights of funeral protesters after all.

As it turns out, the state already has had a law on the books since 2006 that outlines what protesters may or may not do at a funeral, city Solicitor Paul Carney said.

See the Journal’s Thursday, April 14th edition for full story.

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