Rita Sklar, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas, said the state would be using government property to endorse a religion if it moves forward with the display.
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"It's very disturbing there are people in state government who are not ready and willing to uphold the law," Sklar said. "If they can't do their jobs and uphold the law they should quit."
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