Moms for Liberty gets $70,000 lawsuit settlement after being kicked out of California library | The Gateway expert

Conservative parental rights organization Mothers for freedom has received a $70,000 settlement after being kicked out of a California library.

In August, the group held an event discussing biologically transgender men participating in women's sports at the Mary L. Stephens Library in Davis.

During the event, library staff asked them to leave.

“The library violated our First and 14th Amendment rights,” Allie Snyder, a member of the organization and one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, told the local newspaper. ABC 10.

“The library has changed its policies to promote the First Amendment rights of all people who use libraries in Yolo County. And an agreement was also reached to pay damages and attorneys' fees for the initial cancellation of that event,” Matthew Hoffmann of Alliance Defending Freedom told the newspaper.

Hoffman is one of the attorneys who represented Snyder and the organization.

The settlement also allowed the organization to make amends for the original event.

“We were able to point to boys and men in women's and girls' sports, and how unfair this was and how dangerous that is,” Snyder said.

County officials agreed to update the library's policy to ensure that staff “shall not interfere with presentations or other speeches by individuals or groups who have reserved meeting rooms, based on the content of such speeches.” ”

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