High Court Rulings Split on Commandment Displays In separate rulings, the Supreme Court rules that Ten Commandment displays are allowed on government ground but not in courthouses.
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High Court Rulings Split on Commandment Displays

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High Court Rulings Split on Commandment Displays

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In separate rulings, the Supreme Court rules that Ten Commandment displays are allowed on government ground but not in courthouses.

Guests:

David Savage, Supreme Court reporter for the Los Angeles Times; author of Turning Right: The Making of the Rehnquist Supreme Court (1992)

Noah Feldman, author of Divided by God: America's Church-State Problem — and What We Should Do About It; professor at New York University School of Law