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Topic - God We Trust
Officials in Roane County have sent a proposal to display the national motto, "In God We Trust," to a committee for further review.
With yet another part of his jobs package on the line in Congress on Thursday, President Obama traveled across Washington on Wednesday to press his case — and claimed the support of the Almighty for his plans.
The House paused from its focus on job creation Tuesday to reaffirm the national motto "In God We Trust," making a rare return to social issues that a few lawmakers called a waste of time.
The Supreme Court won't hear an atheist's latest challenge to the U.S. government's references to God.
Before the House and Senate passed resolutions last week directing the Architect of the Capitol to engrave the words "In God We Trust" and the Pledge of Allegiance at the Capitol Visitor Center, atheists, agnostics and other opponents threatened legal action. They made good on that promise this week.