'Christmas' censorship attempts recur annually
December 17, 2015
NASHVILLE (BP) -- At least four public attempts to censor the use of the term "Christmas" and the display of related decorations such as Christmas trees have been reported this year in the United States, specifically in New Hampshire, Virginia, New York and Tennessee.
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