Plans To Return Ten Commandments Monument To Oklahoma Capitol Headed To House, Senate
OKLAHOMA CITY - Plans to return the Ten Commandments monument to the Oklahoma Capitol are headed to the House and Senate.
Both plans require changing the state constitution, which prohibits using state funds to support a religion.
It's that wording that prompted the Oklahoma Supreme Court to order the monument moved off the capitol grounds.
If lawmakers pass either of the plans, voters will still have to sign off on the constitutional change.