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The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that a Utah city that has long permitted a Ten Commandments monument in its city park need not accept the Summum church’s Seven Aphorisms monument.

The justices reversed a lower court decision that said once Pleasant Grove had allowed the Ten Commandments marker and several historical artifacts in its Pioneer Park, it had created a “public forum” where other groups’ markers and messages must be permitted.

Supreme Court justices said that such rationale does not apply in a dispute over permanent monuments.

Because obviously, “park clutter” is against the First Amendment.

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