Board of Supervisors Votes to Temporarily Cover ‘Keep God’s Commandments’ Lettering Following Complaint

A county board of supervisors has voted to temporarily cover painted lettering inside of its local circuit courthouse that reads “Keep God’s Commandments” following a complaint from a prominent atheistic church-state separation organization. The phrase, which was written on a wooden beam below the balcony in the Nelson County Circuit

Courthouse in the 1800’s, has been covered under layers of paint for the past 50 years. As it was carefully unveiled in the midst of a renovation project earlier this year, the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) decided to send a letter to the county Board of Supervisors to urge officials to keep the exhortation concealed after learning that some on the board might want to keep the message. CONTINUE

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