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Two years after Grayson County initially denied the Oracle Institute a special use permit, the interfaith non-profit publishing house and spirituality school was finally able to host a groundbreaking last Friday at its property near Independence, located on a hilltop overlooking the New River.
Its founder, Laura George, filed suit in 2010 against the county when the Grayson Board of Supervisors denied her request. She accused the board of religious discrimination.
Earlier this year, the county reheard the request and granted the permit. George then dropped the lawsuit.
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