Supreme Court Keeps Mojave Cross Case Alive

A divided Supreme Court ruled today that a lower court failed to conduct an appropriate analysis when it ordered a white cross removed from California's Mojave National Preserve. The cross, first erected by the Veterans of Foreign Wars more than 70 years ago, had become a flashpoint in the ongoing debate about religious symbols on public property. "The goal of avoiding governmental endorsement [of religion] does not require eradication of all religious symbols in the public realm,"...Full Story
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