The Supreme Court ruled that a 40-foot-tall, World War One Memorial Cross can continue to stand on public land. The decision has implications for how the government and religion interact. Also, the justices said that preserving older monuments is different from building new ones.
Seven of the Supreme Court justices, out of nine, sided with keeping the Cross on public land. Supporters for keeping the Cross closely watched the case because had Supreme Court ruled in opposition, it would have i...
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