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What we think: Debate about Ten Commandments is important

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No matter which side with which you align, the debate about displays of the document in public buildings is important discourse.

We are pleased to see that the conversation about whether the Ten Commandments should be posted in our state and federal offices has elevated and remained rational.
Whether you are a proponent or opponent of these tenets being displayed, you have to feel good about a touchstone topic being brought to the public fore and the issue debated openly through our shared freedom.
For all laws – all planks of the construction of our government – were built on your simple right to do that: disagree.


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