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Wyoming Park Setting for Monument Dispute

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Wyoming Park Setting for Monument Dispute

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Wyoming Park Setting for Monument Dispute

Wyoming Park Setting for Monument Dispute

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A proposed monument for a Casper, Wyo., park condemns homosexuality — and specifically Matthew Shepard, the gay man beaten to death in Laramie, Wyo. The man proposing the monument claims that since the park has a monument to the Ten Commandments, he can't be banned from expressing his views on homosexuals. NPR's Jeff Brady reports.