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A Dixie County monument continues to spark rallies and lawsuits

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Dixie County government is facing another legal hurdle over a monument of the Ten Commandments outside the county’s courthouse.   Corey Bachman reports.

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News Sources:  Joe Anderson, ACLU Spokesman Derek Newton,  Liberty Counsel Senior Litigator Horatio Mihett

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