Pa. Restaurant's Church Discounts Allowed to Continue

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The dispute over a Pennsylvania restaurant's discount to church-goers has been settled.

CBN News first reported the controversy at Prudhomme's Lost Cajun Kitchen of Columbia in July. The restaurant offers a 10 percent discount to any customer who brings in a church bulletin on Sundays.

An atheist with the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation challenged the program, calling it discriminatory.

But the state's Human Relations Commission has ruled that the promotion can continue.

The restaurant began the discount as a way to boost business on Sundays.

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