The Grand Canyon National Park denied a permit to Kentucky geologist Andrew Snelling after he asked to study rock samples from there. Snelling sues, alleging religious discrimination.
The Grand Canyon National Park denied a permit to Kentucky geologist Andrew Snelling after he asked to study rock samples from there. Snelling sues, alleging religious discrimination. Brian Witte AP
The Grand Canyon National Park denied a permit to Kentucky geologist Andrew Snelling after he asked to study rock samples from there. Snelling sues, alleging religious discrimination. Brian Witte AP

Creation Museum researcher alleges religious discrimination in Grand Canyon

May 10, 2017 11:53 AM

UPDATED May 10, 2017 05:29 PM

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