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Governor Signs Bill Allowing Ten Commandment On State Property

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Governor Fallin signed a bill Friday allowing the Ten Commandments to be displayed on state property.
The bill is a response to a recent court order prohibiting the display of the Commandments at the state Capitol. 

06/30/2015 Related Story: OK Supreme Court: Ten Commandments Monument Must Be Removed From Capitol

House Bill 2177 deems the Commandments a "historically significant document" worthy of public display alongside the Magna Carter, Declaration of Independence, and U.S. Constitution.

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