Report: New twist in school’s Ten Commandments controversy

Posted at 6:34 AM, Jun 01, 2012

GILES COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) – There is a new twist in Virginia’s Ten Commandments controversy after the high school involved has once again changed the display of the religious document.

“Well, I was surprised there was a change in the display,” said Rebecca Glenberg, attorney for the ACLU.

She’s referring to the Ten Commandments display at Narrows High School in Giles County.

Glenberg’s clients, a student and parent at Narrows High School sued the Giles County School Board last September, claiming the Ten Commandments document on display violated the separation of church and state.

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