Supreme Court rejects ‘In God We Trust’ case to remove phrase from US money

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The Supreme Court announced yesterday it will not take up a legal dispute by atheist groups which sought to remove the words “In God We Trust” from U.S. currency. Michael Newdow, an activist who filed the lawsuit on behalf of a group of atheists, argued the law to inscribe the nation’s motto on U.S. money was a […]

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