Anyone doubting the emotions surrounding the display of a Christian flag in King on Saturday had only to see the numbers:
More than 5,000 people marched to show support for their faith, and for the return of the Christian flag to Veteran’s Memorial in Central Park.
But court watchers say that the legality of religious symbols on public property is a murky area of constitutional law, and they can cite U.S. Supreme Court rulings that have gone in both directions.
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