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Mayle v. United States

Does the motto “In God We Trust” inscribed on U.S. currency unconstitutionally endorse monotheistic religion? The Seventh Circuit says no, the motto (and other phrases like “one nation under God”) merely give a nod to the nation’s religious heritage.


Tags: 2018, Equal Protection, Establishment Clause, Fifth Amendment, First Amendment, Free Exercise Clause, Freedom of Speech, Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Seventh Circuit

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