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Ten Commandments Case: Roy Moore Won't Like This

Splitting 5-4 in the first of two rulings on government displays of the Ten Commandments, the Supreme Court on Monday upheld a federal court order aga

Splitting 5-4 in the first of two rulings on government displays of the Ten Commandments, the Supreme Court on Monday upheld a federal court order against a display of the religious document on the wall of a courthouse in Kentucky.

Jeralyn is blogging up a storm on all the cases that came before the "high" court. No sense in picking out one single post.

The Carpetbagger Report: A win for separation of church and state.

Greg writes :Supreme Court Swings Both Ways on Hot Church-State Action

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