Residents fight back after Freedom From Religion urges New Mexico city to remove 10 Commandments

Residents of one New Mexico town are fighting back. A national foundation wants a Ten Commandments monument to be removed from city property in Hobbs.

People in Hobbs are banding together to keep what they call a part of history right where they say it belongs.

Sitting outside of the city hall entrance in Hobbs, sits a Ten Commandments monument that the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) has repeatedly asked to be removed.

“Displaying the Ten Commandments monument on city property, right in front of city hall, shows a clear preference for a particular religion,” said Chris Line with FFRF. KRQE

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