In two 5-4 votes, the Supreme Court ruled Monday it is not unconstitutional to display the Ten Commandments on public property as long as the intent of the display isn't pushing a religious agenda.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
In two 5-4 votes, the Supreme Court ruled Monday it is constitutional to display the Ten Commandments on public property as long as the intent of the exhibit isn't pushing a religious agenda. After a report from The Chicago Tribune's…
The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday about whether religious symbols like the Ten Commandments can be displayed on government property.
Without comment, the Supreme Court Monday refused to hear a contentious case involving the public display of the Ten Commandments on the Indiana statehouse lawn.
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