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Topic - Daniel Mach
"We support the government paying tribute to those who served bravely in our country's armed forces," said Daniel Mach, the head of the ACLU Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief, in The Daily Mail. "But we should honor all of our heroes under one flag, not just one particular religious symbol."
"We'd certainly be skeptical of any sale or land transfer that is rigged to keep things exactly as they are today," said Mr. Mach.