A new Texas law that requires all public schools statewide to display the national motto “In God We Trust” is facing a challenge over its rejection of signs with the phrase written in Arabic and one with a rainbow background.
Posters featuring the national motto are going up in public schools and colleges across Texas, and that’s drawing backlash from several groups who argue the phrase is used to promote Christian nationalism.
Officials in a small Kansas town narrowly reversed a decision to remove “In God We Trust” decals from police cars after outraged residents flooded a city council meeting earlier this week.
Three atheists have filed suit in a federal court, asserting it is unconstitutional for Mississippi to force all vehicle owners to drive with new state license plates displaying the words ‘In God We Trust,’ or pay a fee for an alternative design, Mississippi Free Press reported. Mississippi began issuing the new plates in 2019, five years after the idea was introduced by Republican lawmakers.
Mississippi has officially decided to ditch its old Confederate-themed state flag and has approved a new flag with the phrase “In God We Trust,” Christian Headlines reports. Approval for the new flag was given through a 78-22 percent vote, with nearly all votes counted.
Mississippi voters will decide whether to accept a new state flag with a magnolia to replace an old one legislators retired under pressure because it included the Confederate battle emblem that’s widely seen as racist.
The official US motto is ‘In God We Trust,’ but a Texas company is under fire for printing scripture on military dog tags.
An atheist group says plans to put an “In God We Trust” decal on the back of new police cars in Brevard County, Florida is an “inappropriate” injection of religion into public life.
A survey of 1,001 college students from across the nation has found that nearly half believe the motto ‘In God We Trust’ should be removed from U.S. currency.
The words ‘In God We Trust’ will be displayed in every Louisiana public school starting this fall.
According to a new law passed in Kentucky, prominent banners displaying “In God We Trust” will be hung in schools across the state, according to Local 12 News.
When students return to public schools across South Dakota this fall, they should expect to see a new message on display: ‘In God We Trust.’
City officials in Forth Worth, Texas received around 100 complaints from residents after banners with the phrase ‘In No God We Trust’ were hung along Main Street promoting an atheist event.
The Supreme Court declined to take up a legal challenge to the inscription of ‘In God We Trust’ on coins and currency.
Florida is one of a handful of states that passed laws in 2018 requiring or permitting schools and other public buildings to prominently post the words ‘In God We Trust.’
Atheists who failed to remove the national motto ‘In God We Trust’ from U.S. coins and bills following an appeals court defeat have called their loss ‘utterly revolting.’
Alabama public schools are hoping to bring God back into their schools by displaying the US motto ‘In God We Trust’ on school buildings.
A federal court has ruled that printing ‘In God We Trust’ on U.S. currency doesn’t amount to a religious endorsement and therefore doesn’t violate the U.S. Constitution.
They were hoping for 100,000 signatures on their faith-based petition and got double that amount. They were hoping for one day of prayer for 9/11 — they got three.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is suing the U.S. Treasury Department to remove “In God We Trust” from all its currency.