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Virginia Sheriff ordered to removed blessed are the peacemakers’ decals from patrol cars

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MRCTV (Reston, Virginia)
By Mark Judge

Why is Florida’s government co-sponsoring a ‘faith symposium’ that promotes Christianity

Friendly Atheist Blog
By Hemant Mehta

Virginia sheriff’s department to remove Bible verse from patrol cars

Bluefield Daily Online (Bluefield, West Virginia)

School district prayer battle continues

Champion Newspapers (Chino, California)
By Dawn Marks

‘Blessed are the peacemakers’ decals will come down from VA County cop cars after pushback

Friendly Atheist Blog
By Hement Mehta

Virginia sheriff's office to remove Bible verse from cars

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WHSV (Harrisonburg, Virginia)
By the Associated Press

“Violates the constitution:” Group wants religious welcome signs in Oconomowoc to come down

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Fox 6 Now (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
By Myra Sanchick

W.Va. public school's Bible class heads to court

Hutch News/ Washington Post
By Joe Heim

Foundation files response in lawsuit against Bible in the Schools program

West Virginia Record
By Kyla Asbury

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