Thursday, April 23, 2015

Rural Georgia city council votes in favor of flying Christian flag in front of public buildings

Bleckley County Court House
Despite a warning from the city attorney that it is a violation of separation of church and state, the city council in rural Cochran, Ga., has chosen to fly Christian flags in front of public buildings, Tony Ortega reports for Raw Story.

The city council voted on April 14 to fly the flag at City Hall, the Bleckley County Court House and in other public places, said City Manager Richard Newbern, Ortega writes. Newbern said he has not received any complaints about the flags from the town's 5,100 residents. (Read more)

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