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Loudoun board votes to allow holiday displays at courthouse (access required)

LEESBURG—The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted last week to continue a policy that lets people erect religious and secular displays during the holidays on the grounds of the county courthouse. The board already has received applications not only for a Nativity scene but also for displays by an atheist group and one promoting a religion ...

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