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Kentucky DMV rejects atheist’s request of specialty ‘I’m God’ license plate

Christian News
By Heather Clark

Middleton schools recommends handing over Fireman's Park to curb Jesus Lunch controversy

WXOW (La Crosse, Wisconsin)

'In God We Trust' bill advances in Pennsylvania Legislature

Trib Live
By Natasha Lindstrom

Shop donates Forney 'In God We Trust' decals

By Sebastian Robertson

Freedom From Religion Foundation challenges Ky’s rejection of personalized license plate

Lex 18 (Lexington, Kentucky)

Jesus Lunch prompts proposal to scrap park lease

Channel 3000 (Madison, Wisconsin)

School officials want to drop oversight of Middleton 'Jesus Lunch' event

Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wisconsin)
By Rob Schultz

Abbott attends Day of Prayer breakfast

San Antonia Express-News
By Eleanor Dearman

Middleton schools recommends handing over Fireman's Park to curb Jesus Lunch controversy


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