Protesters Gather at Senate Majority Leader Frist' Tennessee Office to Say 'No Alito'

 
Concerns Expressed About Church/State Issues and a Woman's Right to Choose Nashville, TN: On the opening day of nomination hearings concerning right-wing conservative Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court of the United States, about fifteen protesters came to Senate Marjority Leader Bill Frist' office in Nashville to hold signs and hand out flyers about issues related to the separation of church and state and expressing concerns about a woman's right to choose to have an abortion, two key issues which they are concerned a right wing Samuel Alito will tip the balance on if confirmed to the Supreme Court. The protesters gathered on the busy road in front of Frist' office for the duration of the evening rush hour.

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