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Is it unconstitutional for hotels to place Bibles in their rooms?

For over a year, an angry atheist group has been trying to ban the Bible from hotel rooms across the United States. They say that the Bible is “obnoxious” and insultingly claim that it "calls for killing non-believers.” They even make the absurd claim that it is “unconstitutional to have them” in hotel rooms.

Christian groups like the Gideons have placed Bibles in hotel rooms for decades and the Constitution protects religious speech. So what are these angry atheists basing their argument on? Is it really unconstitutional for hotels to place Bibles in their rooms? Fill out the form and download our free legal guide to find out what the Constitution has to say about this controversial issue.

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