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Defenders of “God’s Country” signs mobilize in Hondo

San Antonio Express News
By Zeke MacCormack

Harper Police warned about Bible reference

KAKE (Wichita, Kansas)

Wegmans in Virginia refuses to bake cake for ex-Muslims; HQ reverses decision

New York Upstate
By Kevin Tampone

NJ: curfew-breaking teens to receive religious counseling

Opposing Views
By Sarah Zimmerman

Clausen: Wegmans says Ex-Muslims group can eat cake

Democrat & Chronicle
By Todd Clausen

Texas mayor says ‘there’s no way in hell’ city will remove ‘God’s Country’ signs

The Wall Street Journal
By Jacob Gershman

Hondo’s ‘God’s country’ signs come under scrutiny

Texas Monthly
By John Nova Lomax

Atheists want Texas town to remove 'God's Country' sign but mayor standing firm

Christian Today
By Czarina Ong

Honda, Texas city mayor, citizens fight to keep ‘God’s country’ road signs in town

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By Mariel Peralta

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