INDIANAPOLIS — A monthlong billboard campaign set to begin in Indianapolis on Monday will tell motorists they "don't need God" to live fulfilling lives.
A secular humanist group, the Center for Inquiry, has bought space on four billboards targeting the Interstate 465 loop around Indianapolis. The Amherst, N.Y.-based group said it selected Indianapolis for its location in the nation's heartland. A similar multimedia ad campaign already has begun in Washington, D.C., and one is set for Houston, the largest city in the Bible Belt.
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