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Maryland 'peace cross' can stand on public land, U.S. high court rules

Reuters Thursday, 20 June 2019
A 40-foot-tall (12 meters) cross-shaped war memorial standing on public land in Maryland does not constitute government endorsement of religion, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday in a decision that leaves unanswered questions about the boundaries of the U.S. Constitution's separation of church and state.
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News video: SCOTUS Rules Bladensburg Peace Cross Can Stand On Public Land In Prince George's County

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A World War I memorial in the shape of a 40-foot-tall cross in Maryland can continue to stay on public land, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

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