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12 Sep 2010, 1:22 pm by Silverberg Zalantis LLP
However the Court concluded that: "allowing the plaintiffs to use municipal funds, labor, and equipment for the nightly menorah lighting, even if the plaintiffs repaid the City for such labor and equipment, as required under the stipulation, would foster the perception of an unconstitutional excessive governmental entanglement with religion (see Walz v Tax Comm'n of City of New York, 397 US 664, 674; Citizens Concerned for… [read post]