Wyoming Park Setting for Monument Dispute 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.

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.