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Photo essay: Loudoun County holiday display controversy ongoing
Leesburg - Controversy in Loudoun County over holiday displays on courthouse grounds continues. Over the past three years, the debate had been ongoing.
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In 2012, A Santa Claus display has been placed on the grounds of the Loudoun County Courthouse.
A group gathers on Dec. 8 in front of the American Atheists canopy. Approved by officials to be positioned on county courthouse property, this display must be attended at all times.
A Nativity scene and a Menorah are two of the county-sponsored seasonal displays placed at the Loudoun County Courthouse, located in the historic district of Leesburg, Va.
A group gathers at the American Atheists canopy.
The American Atheists were reportedly the only group to apply for approval to have a display on the courthouse's grounds in 2012 under a new mandate. Here two members of the group are in the midst of putting up their information canopy and podium.
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