Pa. restaurant's church discount dispute settled

COLUMBIA, Pa. (AP) — A dispute over a central Pennsylvania restaurant's 10 percent discount for people who bring in a current copy of their church bulletin has been settled.

Sharon Prudhomme (PROOD'-ohm), who with her husband owns Prudhomme's Lost Cajun Kitchen in Columbia, Pa., says the state's Human Relations Commission notified her and others involved that the promotion can continue. She says the restaurant offers the discount to all who bring in a bulletin, including atheists.

The discount program had been challenged by a local man who belongs to the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation.

The restaurant began the discount as a way to boost business on Sundays.

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