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Topic - Margie Phelps
The Supreme Court is set to decide whether members of a fundamentalist church in Kansas who picketed soldier's funeral with signs bearing anti-gay and anti-Catholic invective have a constitutional right to say what they want.
"No American should ever be required to apologize for following his or her conscience," said Margie Phelps, a daughter of Fred Phelps and the lawyer who argued the case for the church.
"The Westboro Baptist Church will talk to the nation until the job is done," Margie Phelps said.