Ohio city moves cross off city property (June 19, 2018)

At FFRF’s behest, the city of Cambridge, Ohio, has moved a Christian cross off of city property. On Aug. 11, 2017, FFRF Legal Fellow Christopher Line wrote to Cambridge Mayor Thomas Orr to request that a Christian cross be moved off city property. The cross also included an image that appeared to be two hands joined in prayer. FFRF wrote to remind Orr that the display of a cross on public property is unconstitutional.

On June 19, William Ferguson, law director for Cambridge, wrote to FFRF to confirm that the cross had been removed.

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