Alabama Voters Pass Amendment to Display Ten Commandments at Public Schools

By CNSNews In the Nov. 6 elections, residents of Alabma voted overwhelmingly to amend their state constitution to authorize the display of the Ten Commandments on public property, including public schools. The measure, Alabama Amendment 1, also defined certain religious liberty rights to be included in the state’s constitution. …read more

Source:: FreeRepublic.com

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