Groups battle over street signs in McAlester
Religious scenes removed from downtown McAlester street signs are driving a dispute over freedom of speech and freedom of religion in the southeastern Oklahoma town.
McALESTER — Two nationally prominent organizations with often divergent opinions on the First Amendment may be at loggerheads over street signs in this community.
The city of McAlester has sought the advice of the American Center for Law and Justice about whether its decision to remove religious-oriented artwork from downtown street signs was legally...
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