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ACLU vs The State of Ohio:
An Issue of Separation of Church and State

List starts with the most recent article:

ACLU will not appeal to the Supreme Court (6/7/01) (Final report)

The Nuts and Bolts of the 3/16/01 Motto Decision

Freethought has a setback in Motto Case (3/16/01)

Round 3 Opens in Court Room (12/7/00)

Why is the Ohio Motto Unconstitutional? (4/26/00)

State's Reaction to Motto Ruling (4/26/00)

Victory! Round 2 Court Throws Out Motto (4/25/00)

Ohio's Motto debated in Court: Round 2 (11/5/1999)

Judge rules State can inscribe God motto on west plaza (9/2/98)

Some background on the Ohio Motto Battle (1997)

Update on the case as of 12/19/1997

An article from the Freedom Forum about the Ohio Motto case from 12/97

Read an Interview on the Religious Side of former Ohio Gov. George V. Voinovich (from 2/98)

Read a short article from the Columbus (OH) Dispatch about a Religious neutrality by Government (from 2/98)

Other Separation Cases

Report from Philip K. Paulson on his case against the City of San Diego
to have the cross atop Mt. Soledad removed. This case has been going on since 1989 and it seems it is close to a conclusion. (Note: This report is dated. Follow the web link in the report to get the current status on Philip's battle)

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