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LEWISTON, ME, June 1 (Lifesitenews.com) – The state Department of Human Services (DHS) has threatened to rescind the license of a group home for mentally retarded adults since its owner and manager does not allow pornography and sexual activity in the institution. Monique Dostie is appealing DHS’s demands. She took her case to the courts after the department handed her a 30-day notice to change her policy.

The three residents of the group home are happy to be there, and some of their guardians placed them there specifically because of Dostie’s opposition to sexual perversion and due to the Catholic faith that she practices and shares with the three Catholic residents.  Dostie said of her residents “they’re not the ones asking for sex or pornography. It’s the state that’s mandating it.’’

(with files from WorldNetDaily, Associated Press)

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