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Connellsville Area district wants 10 Commandments suit dismissed

Posted: Tuesday, December 4, 2012 2:00 am | Updated: 12:22 pm, Wed May 22, 2013.

The display of a Ten Commandments monument donated 55 years ago outside one of its schools is not an endorsement of religion by the Connellsville Area School District, an attorney argued Monday in court filings.

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    • Kathryn Jones posted at 2:49 pm on Tue, Dec 4, 2012.

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      I think Connellsville makes a compelling argument for allowing the monument to remain in place. The unfortunate exercise in idolatry which has accompanied this lawsuit is more offensive than the monument.

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