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Constitutional Lawyer 'Fairly Optimistic' Supreme Court Will Take up Mt. Soledad Cross Case

December 23, 2013

WASHINGTON-A constitutional lawyer who was a featured speaker at an event held by the Family Research Council has stated that he is "fairly optimistic" the U.S. Supreme Court will take up the Mt. Soledad cross case. Ken Klukowski, director of the FRC's Center for Religious Liberty, told The Christian Post on Thursday that this was likely even with the "long odds" facing the possibility.

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