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COLUMBIA, Mo. A pagan celebration in Missouri has been moved to another site after the original hotel in backed out.
Members of the Ozark Avalon Church of Nature-Wicca are gathering this weekend in Columbia to mark the Wiccan holiday celebrating the transition from winter to spring. . .
Public Accommodations and Facilities
* Three Buddhist monks go out to a restaurant wearing robes, but the proprietor says "we don't allow religious garb in here. Come back when you are dressed normally."
These examples may be violations of Federal law. Title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination based on religion in public accommodations such as restaurants, theaters, and hotels.