U.S. Supreme Court
Must a city park that displays one monument also permit others'?
By David G. Savage, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
April 1, 2008

WASHINGTON — If a city allows a monument with the Ten Commandments to be erected in a public park, must it also allow other religions and groups to display monuments of their choosing? The Supreme Court agreed Monday to take up that question in an unusual dispute over the reach of the 1st Amendment and freedom of speech.

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