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Ten Commandments Victory In Oklahoma

By on September 21, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, TX SEPT. 19, 2014– Today, an Oklahoma judge ruled that the Ten Commandments monument on the Oklahoma capitol grounds is constitutional under the Oklahoma Constitution. Liberty Institute, along with Oklahoma’s Attorney General, represents the State of Oklahoma in the case. While Liberty Institute is not authorized to communicate on behalf of the State of Oklahoma, Hiram Sasser, Liberty Institute’s Director of Litigation, issues the following statement on behalf of Liberty Institute:

“This is a great victory for the people of Oklahoma! Ten Commandments monuments are routinely upheld as constitutional across the country. This is just one more example of how the Ten Commandments monuments may be constitutionally displayed.”

Liberty Institute is a national nonprofit legal group dedicated to defending and restoring religious liberty across America — in our schools, for our churches, inside our military and throughout the public arena. Liberty’s vision is to reestablish religious liberty in accordance with the principles of our Founding Fathers. For information, visit www.LibertyInstitute.org.