The Green family, owner of the Oklahoma-based crafts store, is under investigation for allegedly importing religious artifacts illegally. The Greens have a large collection of artifacts that they plan to display in their Museum of the Bible, due to open in November 2017. Danny Johnston/AP hide caption

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Steve Green in the basement of the Washington Design Center, which was recently demolished as part of the construction for the Museum of the Bible. Green and his family, owners of Hobby Lobby, are building the Museum of the Bible. Andre Chung for The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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D.C. Bible Museum Will Be Immersive Experience, Organizers Say

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A demonstrator dressed as the Bible stands outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., awaiting the court's decision on the Hobby Lobby case Monday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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