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March 30, 2006
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Jewish officials in Kentucky said state lawmakers spent too much time on religion in the current session. A letter signed by leaders of the Community Relations Council of the Jewish Community Federation of Louisville mentioned bills authorizing the posting of the Ten Commandments and the motto “In God We Trust” at the state capitol; a governor’s prayer breakfast at which only Christians spoke; and a church group’s survey asking legislators whether they had professed faith in Jesus.

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