Pro-life group sues state

Wyoming Tribune Eagle: “We’re interested in protecting First Amendment rights across the country in situations like this where a group is being singled out because of its religious expression and that expression is being banned, even where other groups are allowed to erect similar displays and similar viewpoints in the area,” said Jonathan Scruggs, a lawyer for the fund. He added that WyWatch wants to put up materials communicating members’ belief that “life begins in the womb.” “I don’t think it’s the type of situation where it’s any type of gruesome photo or anything along those lines, where it’s a baby that’s been aborted or a fetus that’s been aborted,” Scruggs said. “It’s more of a depiction of a baby in the womb.”