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"Ahlquist banner" reappears in secular version

From: Mark T.
Sent on: Monday, September 23, 2013 11:28 AM

Young Jessica Ahlquist bravely stood up to hostile Christianites in her high-profile, successful lawsuit in which a prayer banner at her high school was ruled to be unconstitutional. The banner was immediately taken down after the verdict.

Jessica was not invited to the dedication- but a secular replacement was just put up at the high school (in Cranston, RI). It is quite nice, I think, without any appeal to that "Heavenly Father" thingee!


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