Speaker: Wis. Lawmaker Used State Resources For Video Encouraging ChristianityA Republican lawmaker used state resources to produce a Christmas video encouraging people to consider becoming Christians, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said Tuesday.
After Suit From Wis., County Will Display Nativity With Bill Of RightsA southeastern Indiana county that was at the center of a legal battle over a Nativity scene on its courthouse lawn will allow a mix of religious and secular displays this holiday season, including a manger holding the Bill of Rights.
Despite Objections, Wadena Votes To Remove Nativity Scene From ParkA nativity scene that has been part of the Wadena's Christmas decorations at Burlington Northern Park for years will no longer be displayed.
Town Fights Wis. Group's Push To Remove Nativity SceneThe little New Mexico town of Belen -- Spanish for Bethlehem -- is fighting to keep an all-year round Nativity scene on city property. Belen Mayor Jerah Cordova told The Associated Press the city will continue to resist pressure from a Wisconsin-based organization to remove a piece of art on the birth of Jesus.
Jesus Statue Is Causing Fuss At Montana Ski ResortDoes this Skiing Jesus offend you?
Wis. Atheist Group Sues Over Religious Electioneering A federal lawsuit filed by a Wisconsin-based group representing atheists and agnostics argues that the Internal Revenue Service is violating the U.S. Constitution by allowing tax-exempt churches and religious organizations to get involved in political campaigns.
Wis. Group Calls For Removal Of Cross From MonumentThe city of Woonsocket has raised $15,000 for a fund established to defend against a potential lawsuit over a monument topped with a cross that has drawn a complaint from an atheist group.