Judicial rejection of the largest adjustment in the dollar paper[/rtl]
[rtl]Date of release: 2019/6/11 8:43 • 194 times read[/rtl]
The United States Supreme Court on Monday rejected the largest reshuffle on the local currency after an atheist case, Fox News reported.
Atty. Michael Newdou, the agnostic lawyer, lost his case to the Supreme Court and demanded that the word "trust in God" be removed from the US dollar.
Newdo, who was supported by a number of atheists, says the US government "violates their religious belief", which does not believe in the existence of the whole.
Fox News revealed that the New Delhi case had been rejected in its entirety "without any justification."
It was first released in 1864, before it was circulated on various coins and paper bonds in 1955. New Years
was a similar issue when he called for the removal of the term "under God" from the oath of allegiance }.
He also tried to prevent "any religious references" at the inauguration ceremonies of former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, to no avail