Scientology Critical Information Directory

This site is best viewed using a highly standards-compliant browser

House nixes honor for substance-abuse facility

Title: House nixes honor for substance-abuse facility
Date: Saturday, 3 May 2003
Publisher: Tulsa World
Main source: rickross.com

Disclaimer: This archive is presented strictly in the public interest for research purposes. All the copyrights of materials reproduced here are the properties of their respective owners.

Oklahoma City — Normally, resolutions honoring this or that group, person or event fly through the Legislature with nary a ripple of controversy. However, those measures do not usually involve substance-abuse treatment facilities operated by the Church of Scientology. Scientology teaches that human beings are immortal spiritual beings with unlimited capabilities, and their salvation depends on themselves and their attainment of brotherhood with the universe. Founded by author L. Ron Hubbard, it teaches adherents to follow a series of principles to ... [Read the rest at rickross.com]