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Topic - Utah Highway Patrol Association
A federal appeals court said it will not reconsider its previous decision to order the removal of roadside memorial crosses for fallen Utah Highway Patrol officers.
While the furor over the proposed mosque at Ground Zero has New York Gov. David Paterson offering public land as a peace offering, a more familiar symbol - the cross - is systematically being uprooted around the country.