U.S. District Judge Lawrence Karlton is not one for subtleties.

Sitting by designation on a 9th Circuit panel charged with deciding whether a religious group can hold services in a public library, Karlton — who revived the Pledge of Allegiance controversy last year with a decision that struck it down — found plenty more to say about what he called the “sorry state of the law.”

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