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U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Maryland 'Peace Cross' Can Stand On Public Land

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U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Maryland 'Peace Cross' Can Stand On Public Land

U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Maryland 'Peace Cross' Can Stand On Public Land

According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled that a 40 foot-tall cross-shaped war memorial standing on public land in Maryland does not constitute government endorsement of religion, a decision which leaves unanswered questions regarding the boundaries of the US Constitution's separation of church and state.

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