Wayzata church settles suit with city

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Minnetonka will be allowed to build a house of worship on a residential parcel of land after all. A 2010 federal suit alleges that the city's blockade of the project was a violation of the church's First Amendment rights to free speech and religious worship.
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The Unitarian Universalist Church of Minnetonka will be allowed to build a house of worship on a residential parcel of land after all. A 2010 federal suit alleges that the city's blockade of the project was a violation of the church's First Amendment rights to free speech and religious worship.

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