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ACLU wants religious monument moved from Dixie County courthouse

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The American Civil Liberties Union has won a federal suit to have a monument of the ten commandments removed from the Dixie County courthouse. As Paula Cunniffe reports, the ACLU argues the courthouse is not the appropriate place for a religious statement.

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