Atheist Sues Restaurant over Church Bulletin Discount

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An atheist is suing a family-owned restaurant in Pennsylvania for offering discounts to churchgoers.

Sharon Prudhomme, one of the co-owners of Prudhomme Lost Cajun Kitchen in Columbia, has been in business for nearly 20 years. She offers a ten-percent discount to customers who bring in a church bulletin on Sundays.

 But John Wolff claims the discount discriminates against him because he does not attend church. He’s filed a complaint with the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, The Commission is now investigating the restaurant.

Randall Wenger is representing the restaurant owners.
 He’s incensed that God, religion and particularly Christianity are being treated as something toxic and poisonous.

The restaurant owners have offered various discounts over the years.

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