Ten Commandments Must Go
Some Dixie county residents said they are prepared to fight to save a monument they argued defines who they are. A federal judge ruled the 10 commandments, which sit visibly in front of the Dixie county courthouse, must go. The ruling comes almost 5 years after the monument was put in place.
"To the death.. yes, that's pretty strong words but I believe sir we'll fight as long as there is anything left to fight with," said Marlene Makhan.
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