Charlie Butts onenewsnow.com "Highway billboards selling commercial products are apparently okay in Texas, but not signs displaying the Ten Commandments.
Liberty Institute is fighting for the constitutional rights of Jeanette Golden, a Christian woman in Hemphill, Texas, who has been told by the state she can't put a Ten Commandments sign on her own property adjacent to a highway. The Department of Transportation ordered her to remove the 6-foot x 12-foot sign, then backtracked and said she had to go through numerous hoops to apply for permission.
Attorney Mike Berry of Liberty Institute tells OneNewsNow the latest twist is the state has decided no sign is permitted.
'And another thing that folks should be clear about on this: this is her private property,' he points out. 'And so for her to engage in religious expression on her own private property and for the Texas Department of Transportation to come in and tell her that she can't do that, that she's basically banned from doing that, is outrageous.'"
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