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By Jay Sekulow1306153463000

Oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court will take place March 2nd on the two cases involving the public display of the Ten Commandments.  We have filed amicus briefs in both cases and will be participating in moot courts as preparations continue as these cases go before the high court.

I want to encourage everyone to get a copy of our brief that we filed at the Supreme Court.  It provides a very good look at the history of the Ten Commandments and the role they have played in shaping our legal system in this country.

This is a extremely important issue and I want you to have a special collector's edition copy of our brief.  All you need to do is call this toll free number at 1-877-989-2255 and get your free copy of this brief -- an important resource for the entire family.

 

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