Harrisburg, Pennsylvania — A Pennsylvania lawmaker has unveiled legislation that would require the naming of plaintiffs who file lawsuits to remove religious symbols from public places.
Rep. Tim Krieger (R-Delmont) said he introduced House Bill 922 in response to two lawsuits filed on behalf of anonymous plaintiffs by the Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation.
The lawsuits seek to remove public displays of the Ten Commandments at the New Kensington-Arnold School District in Westmoreland County and the Connellsville Area School District in Fayette County.
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