The ruling stands. According to the Supreme Court, it is unconstitutional to have religious displays in any U.S. Post Office. The court first made the ruling in 2009 and this month refused to review the case.
“We are pleased that the Supreme Court left intact previous rulings that held that religious outreach is out of place at a postal counter,” said Andrew Schneider, Executive Director of the ACLU of Connecticut. “Religious liberty is best protected when the government or those acting as governmental agents remain neutral on matters of faith.”
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