Thou shalt not?

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Thou shalt not?

Monument at Bloomfield City Hall elicits ACLU lawsuit
Kevin Mauzy, a former Bloomfield city councilor and organizer of the Four Corners Historical Monument Project, defends a display of the Ten Commandments in front of the Bloomfield City Hall as part of a “public forum” featuring historical documents. Opponents, including the American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico, say the monument violates the First Amendment’s prohibition against government-sponsored religion.
A disclaimer about the Historical Monument Project in front of Bloomfield City Hall.
Eckstein

Thou shalt not?

Kevin Mauzy, a former Bloomfield city councilor and organizer of the Four Corners Historical Monument Project, defends a display of the Ten Commandments in front of the Bloomfield City Hall as part of a “public forum” featuring historical documents. Opponents, including the American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico, say the monument violates the First Amendment’s prohibition against government-sponsored religion.
A disclaimer about the Historical Monument Project in front of Bloomfield City Hall.
Eckstein
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