Pastor Donald Crosby and some members of his congregation had gathered outside the high school on the first day of classes in 2010. They urged the school to abandon the team’s red-horned mascot and its name, which Crosby said was offensive to Christians.
City attorney Jim Elliott tells WMAZ-TV (http://on.wmaz.com/tqbZwX) that the case has prompted the town to review a city ordinance on protests. He said that officials found that prohibiting protesters from carrying cameras to photograph others is “impractical and unenforceable.”
The Warner Robins City Council this week voted to repeal that section of the city ordinance.