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Roy Moore in 2004: First Amendment allows states and citizens ‘to acknowledge God’
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In a testimony before a Senate subcommittee on June 8, 2004, Roy Moore, a former chief justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama now running for a U.S. Senate seat, said the First Amendment allows the states and citizens “to acknowledge God.”
In a testimony before a Senate subcommittee on June 8, 2004, Roy Moore, a former chief justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama now running for a U.S. Senate seat, said the First Amendment allows the states and citizens “to acknowledge God.”
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