Holiday Displays & First Amendment Rights

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Our legal expert, Attorney Phil Harding, of Harding and Associates, breaks down the First Amendment in layman’s terms and talks about its interpretation when it comes to separation of church and state, and how it applies to holiday displays on government property.

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