Georgia AG Joins Amici Asking Justices to Hear 10 Commandments Case

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Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr said Wednesday he has joined a coalition of states in an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court supporting Bloomfield, New Mexico's right to display a Ten Commandments monument on its city hall lawn.

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