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Scott Forsyth: Displaying the text of the Ten Commandments on public property endorses religion

We live in a divided society. One of the fault lines is religion. Always has been and maybe always will be. For every step across the line, there seems to be one, and sometimes two, steps back. Take, for example, the actions of Jason Rapert. He is a senator in the Arkansas legislature. He is also ...

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