Two atheist groups have filed a lawsuit against the state of Arkansas for a Ten Commandments monument erected in April after a man destroyed the first one by ramming it with his car last summer.
The Satanic Temple responded swiftly to the installation of a new Ten Commandments monument on the Arkansas Capitol grounds in Little Rock.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (BP)--A lawsuit to block a 7-foot-tall Ten Commandments monument from the Kentucky capitol grounds has been filed by the American Civil Liberties Union.
(Ann Arbor, Michigan) - A lawsuit brought by the Indiana Civil Liberties Union (ICLU), on behalf of two plaintiffs, to take down a Ten Commandments monument that has stood in front of the Knox County Courthouse since 1958 was recently dismissed by a federal judge.
(Washington, DC) â€“ The American Center for Law and Justice, an international public interest law firm, said today the U.S. Supreme Court â€œmissed an important opportunity to clarify an issue that has become the center of a national debateâ€ when it refused to consider an appeal of a case out of Indiana where a lower court ruled that a monument of the Ten Commandments which has been on display for more than 40 years is unconstitutional.
(Virginia Beach, VA) â€“ The American Center for Law and Justice, an international public interest law firm, said today it will defend the City of Plattsmouth, Nebraska which has been sued by the ACLU to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments which has been displayed in a park since 1965.
(AgapePress) - City officials and some residents of Hastings, Nebraska, are concerned that a monument featuring the Ten Commandments at a city cemetery could be the target of the American Civil Liberties Union.
5 June 2000 (Newsroom) -- Two United States courts have upheld judicial orders to remove wall displays with the Ten Commandments from a public school district and two county courthouses in Kentucky. The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and a U.S. District Court denied motions to stay the preliminary injunctions issued last month by federal judge Jennifer B. Coffman.
18 May 2000 (Newsroom) -- A U.S. federal court in Kentucky has ordered state officials to remove wall displays that include the Ten Commandments from classrooms in a public school district and two county courthouses. Judge Jennifer B. Coffman issued three nearly identical preliminary injunctions on May 5, arguing that the wall displays amounted to government endorsement of a particular religion, in conflict with the First Amendment.