Thursday, January 6, 2011

Court rules Soledad cross is unconstitutional sign of government favoring religion


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Appeals court rules against Soledad cross
A federal appeals court ruled the memorial on public land in San Diego is an unconstitutional sign of government favoring religion. |  Read more 
 

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