Only if your a Christian, does Dallas Transit Authorities require a ticket to stand in a station
Daniel Bailey was handing out Gospel tracts to interested passers-by in one of the stations of the Dallas Area Transit Station (DAT) system. The stations are open to the public but, when transit officials spotted Bailey, the demanded that he must purchase a ticket to continue standing in the station or to leave. No one else was require to purchase a ticket in order to enter the station.
"Christians should not be treated as second-class citizens simply because they choose to exercise their faith in public," was the observation of Erik Stanley , legal counsel from the Alliance Defense Fund, who wrote a letter to the transit authority on behalf of Baily.
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