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July 28, 2000
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The American Civil Liberties praised a decision by a U.S. judge preventing the state of Kentucky from erecting a monument to the Ten Commandments. The judge ruled Tuesday that such a move would violate the U.S. Constitution’s separation between church and state. Moves to display the Ten Commandments in public in the United States have gained momentum after several school shootings in the past few years.

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