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Filed in: 10 Commandments | 3:18 PM Aug. 15, 2011

OneNewsNow - Two Groups Battle Over Commandments Case

By Charlie Butts, OneNewsNow The American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear an Ohio Ten Commandments case

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Content type: DocketBlogPost | 11:21 AM Jul. 12, 2013
Ten Commandments Under Attack: Defending our Legal Heritage in Court

This week was a significant one in the ongoing legal saga of Summum v. Pleasant Grove. As discussed in more detail here, Summum first filed suit against Pleasant Grove in 2005. While its legal theories and tactics have changed over time, Summum&rsq

Content type: LegalDoc | 8:20 AM Jul. 12, 2013
Responsive Brief in Utah Supreme Court Case (Summum v. Pleasant Grove)

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Content type: DocketBlogPost | 12:16 PM May. 10, 2013
Summum v. Pleasant Grove City: The Concluding Chapter Begins

Almost eight years ago, in July of 2005, a new age religious group called Summum filed a lawsuit against Pleasant Grove City, Utah. The group claimed that the city’s decision not to display a stone monument bearing Summum’s “Seven

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Content type: DocketBlogPost | 4:03 PM Dec. 19, 2012
2012 Victories: 10 Commandments Permitted in Public Park

This is the latest installment in a year-end series looking back at a few of the hundreds of victories by the ACLJ in 2012. A religious group called Summum had created for itself a list of rules called the “Seven Aphorisms.” The group de

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Content type: DocketBlogPost | 3:03 PM Jun. 26, 2012
Another Win in Latest Chapter of Ten Commandments Challenge

As you may recall, over three years ago, in Pleasant Grove City v. Summum, the ACLJ obtained a unanimous victory before the United States Supreme Court which allowed the City of Pleasant Grove, Utah to continue to display a donated Ten Commandments m

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Content type: DocketBlogPost | 2:25 PM May. 29, 2012
“Offended Observers” Strike the Oakland Zoo

Over the holiday weekend I saw that angry activists never rest. In a Saturday letter, an activist claiming to represent “freedom of religious choice” and “equality” wrote the Oakland Zoo demanding that it remove a Ten Command

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Content type: DocketBlogPost | 10:46 AM Sep. 22, 2011
“I Came, I Saw, I was Offended” - It’s Time to Finish Offended Observer Standing

Does the ACLU have the right to sue a judge over his display of the Ten Commandments simply because one of its members finds the display offensive? Does a federal court have the constitutional authority to order the removal of the Ten Commandments me

Content type: MediaMention | 3:18 PM Aug. 15, 2011
OneNewsNow - Two Groups Battle Over Commandments Case

By Charlie Butts, OneNewsNow The American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear an Ohio Ten Commandments case that deals with an issue that one attorney says is\"constitutionally permissible." Judge James DeWe

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Content type: DocketBlogPost | 3:27 PM Aug. 11, 2011
Moral Relativism on Trial in Ten Commandments Case

In light of our filing last week with the U.S. Supreme Court in ACLU v. DeWeese, some comments are in order on why this is both a unique and important case. A little more than six years ago -- in fact, on the same day -- the Supreme Court handed dow

Content type: MediaMention | 10:38 AM Aug. 3, 2011
CBN News - ACLJ: Commandments Suit Has No Legal Standing

By CBNNews.com The American Center for Law and Justice says a years-long challenge to prevent the Ten Commandments from being posted in an Ohio court doesn't have the legal standing to continue. The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit in

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