Attorneys Defend the Nativity: Expression of Faith on Public Property Constitutional
December 1, 2014
Never fear, the attorneys are here to separate fact from fiction surrounding private citizens' right to freely express religious faith in the public square. Nativity scenes will appear in nine State Capitols this Christmas – five of them due to the work of the Chicago-based Thomas More Society, a national public interest law firm.
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