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Ad Absurdum – Las Cruces, New Mexico in legal fight over whether Symbol of Cross is Religious endorsement

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Via How Appealing, comes this gem of a separation of church and state question – can the city of Las Cruces, New Mexico use the image of a cross in its emblem? I’ll point out that, if you never took spanish, Las Cruces translates into “The Crosses”. This wikipedia article on the city notes that the city government started using the crosses in the emblem in 1948.

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