Ten Commandments ruling appealed from Dixie County
In 2007, a large granite sculpture of the 10 Commandments found a home in front of the Dixie County Courthouse. Although it’s in a privately owned monument, the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida filed a lawsuit against Dixie County, which it won. But last week, Dixie County decided to appeal the decision. WUFT-FM’s Brittany Wienke reports.
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