Howdy folks I have a question for you all. I am the librarian for a small community. Yesterday, some Jehovah's Witnesses were out front passing out tracts, on the front steps of the library, or so I was informed. I didn't see them. Today, some Baptists were out passing out counter tracts. I saw them, and asked them to As you might guess, neither group was allowed to pass out religious tracts. If you do it for one you have to do it for everyone, so it is policy in this county that no one passes out anything, religious or secular on government property. I really don't want to offend anyone, but I have to put a stop to it. Any suggestions for doing it tactfully? Perhaps calling the pastor of the Baptist Church these folks belong to? I will also stop the Jehovah's Witnesses from passing out tracts at the library, if I catch them at it, or any other church for that matter. Honestly, Jehovah's Witnesses offend me, and hope I can be as tactful with them as with the Baptists. Anyone else had this problem?