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Churches among Morris county institutions to begin receiving preservation funds

Morristown Patch (Morristown, New Jersey)
By Yvonne McGreevy

N.J. churches will get public funding, despite lawsuit, report says

NJ (New Jersey)
By Marisa Lati

Secular 'prayer' at Waterloo council meeting up for award

The Courier (Waterloo, Iowa)
By Tim Jamison

Hotel reportedly removes Bibles from rooms after atheist complaint

News Ok (Oklahoma)
By Billy Hallowell

Signs of God

Texas Observer
By Patrick Michels

Ken Blackwell: Arizona attorney general Brnovich defends the first amendment

Catholic Online
By Ken Blackwell

Despite lawsuit, Morris County freeholders award grants to churches

Daily Record (Parsippany, New Jersey)
By Peggy Wright

USDA still looking at allegations against Baraboo school

Baraboo News Republic (Baraboo, Wisconsin)
By Tim Damos

U.S. school district stops programme for kids with developmental delays following atheist group's complaint

Christianity Today
By Jonah Hicap

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