U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Ten Commandments Case
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The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a Ten Commandments case out of Kentucky. There, the Ten Commandments were displayed with other historical documents in a “foundations of law” display at school buildings in Harlan County, Kentucky, and in courthouses in McCreary and Pulaski County, Kentucky. Martha Kleder spoke with Mathew Staver, President and General Counsel for the Liberty Counsel. The Liberty Counsel
represents the three counties and will be arguing the case before the high court in February 2005.
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