A Ten Commandments monument in a northwestern New Mexico city on the middle of a U.S. Supreme Courtroom struggle is coming down.
The Every day Occasions of Farmington, New Mexico, reviews the Four Corners Historic Monument Challenge announced this week the monument situated outdoors of Metropolis Corridor in Bloomfield, New Mexico, will probably be moved.
The group’s founder, Kevin Mauzy, says it is going to be placed at one other outstanding location inside the metropolis limits.
The move comes after the U.S. Supreme Courtroom last week sided with a lower courtroom that ordered Bloomfield to take away a Ten Commandments monument from the lawn outdoors City Corridor.
Civil liberties advocates behind the case referred to as the decision involving Bloomfield a victory for the separation of church and state.