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November 2-4, 2018

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FFRF in the Media

Atheist Group: ‘For God and Country’ patches on sheriff uniforms unconstitutional

Christian Headlines
My Michael Foust

‘In God We Trust’ motto could be coming to Alabama schools

Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, Utah)
By the Associated Press

Watchdog group asks Kissimmee mayor to cancel ’40 Days of Prayer’ event

Osceola News-Gazette (Kissimmee, Florida)
By Rachel Christian

Alabama public schools may soon add ‘In God We Trust’ displays

Brinkwire

Spotlight: Does Constitution protect Bible distribution near a school?

PJ Journal Star
By Lea Patterson and Chris Found

Alabama putting god back in schools with Ten Commandments, 'In God We Trust' displays

Christian Broadcast Network
By Kayla Root

 

8 States now encourage or require schools to put up “In God We Trust” signs

Friendly Atheist
By Hemant Mehta

Bluefield Daily Telegraph excels at WVPA 2018 better newspaper contest

Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Bluefield, West Virginia)

Black Skeptics Los Angeles and FFRF scholarships for secular youth of color

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