Christian Action Network Sues Maine 

The Christian Action Network is suing the state, saying they were denied the group a charitable license for a fundraising letter that talked about privileges it says were given to Muslims in America.They claim the state violated their right to free speech under the First and Fourteenth Amendments.Maine Assistant Attorney General Thomas Knowlton says he hasn’t seen the complaint, but he doesn’t believe the state violated the group’s rights.The network is asking a federal court to find the Maine Charitable Solicitation Act unconstitutional.The group says its letter was “an informational and educationalpacket alerting citizens to the remarkable privileges afforded thereligion of Islam in American public schools and universities.”