FLDS Discriminatory Practices
This sign was recently painted on the back of the local produce store in Short Creek where customers park. This is a privately owned business that serves the public. There are no membership dues or applications, there is no club fee or membership selection criteria or any set of qualifications to join — this business is open to the general public. I would love to hear from any non-FLDS who has been refused service at the local produce store.
Utah Attorney General Shurtleff apparently has not issue with discriminatory practices, so long as they are the practices of the FLDS and not directed against the FLDS. The recent UEP settlement proposal submitted by Attorney General Shurtleff proposes that the public cemetery in Short Creek as well as the public park be subject to a similar dress code requirement. I believe Shurtleff’s proposal would have non-FLDS seek permission from the FLDS Bishop to gain entry into the cemetery/and or public park. It just blows my mind that Shurtleff has signed off on this nonsense that is clearly illegal and prohibited by the U. S. Constitution.