Charlie Klemke

Editor’s note: This article was written for the Advocate by Michael Bain, who is the regional public information representative for the U.S. Jehovah’s Witnesses.

EAU CLAIRE - While Jehovah’s Witnesses have chosen to temporarily suspend their door-to-door ministry due to the pandemic, their activity was almost permanently banned by one U.S. village in the late 1990s — that is, until the U.S. Supreme Court stepped in with a historic 8-1 decision on June 17, 2002, declaring the local ordinance unconstitutional.

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