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FOUR KENTUCKY CONGRESSMEN WANT TO CHANGE CONSTITUTION
Battles over Court have history of sparking culture wars
Judge Denies Studentís Right to Distribute Pro-Life Literature
A federal judge on Friday ruled against a student who requested the right to hand out pro-life flyers.
WCASD in church and state clash
With about one year left until the West Chester Area School Districtís third high school opens, the school board is negotiating with the YMCA of Brandywine Valley to establish long-term swimming facilities for its district swimmers and divers.
Religious groups plan monuments
Confident after high court rulings, some Christians aim to test limits
Mayor sees 'trojan horse'
The creator of the controversial Ten Commandments horse sculpture outside the Ulster County Courthouse says she's surprised by the attention the sculpture has received, but Kingston Mayor James Sottile said Monday he thinks artist Rita Dee wanted controversy.
Monument talks revived in Rupert
Court ruling gives hope to backers of Ten Commandments
Commandments stay up in Macon
Mayor makes no pretense of hiding religious message
Group Fears Air Force Is Discriminating Against Christians
BONNER: War of the Worlds: The Devil vs. Xenu?
United Church of Christ backs gay marriage