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- A Ten Commandments monument from Alabama has arrived here on tour while attorneys work on a timeline for deciding a lawsuit over a monument in this city.

The traveling 5,280-pound Ten Commandments monument recently was removed from the judicial building in Montgomery, Ala.
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It is part of a tour organized by a group called American Veterans Standing for God and Country. The tour includes several states over the next few months in a series of "God Bless America" rallies.

The Fargo rally was scheduled Tuesday in the mall area of the downtown City Hall campus, in front of the Fargo's Ten Commandments monument. The Alabama monument tour was to move to East Grand Forks, Minn., on Tuesday night.
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The Rev. Mark Skogerboe, of New Hope, Minn., said Tuesday's rally is for "anyone who cares." Skogerboe represents Vision America, a Texas-based group that says it seeks to restore Christian values to communities.

One of the group's goals is to make sure Fargo's Ten Commandments monument stays put, Skogerboe said.
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seeking to get the Ten Commandments marker removed from the Fargo City Hall's mall area. They contend it violates the constitutional separation of church and state.

Fargo officials say the city has not used taxpayer money for the monument, and that it does not interfere with its opponents' use of the mall grounds.
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The Fargo case has been awaiting the outcome of a similar case in Nebraska, which is before a federal appeals court. But last week, U.S. District Judge Ralph Erickson ruled that some facts in the Nebraska case are different from the Fargo case, and that each could stand on its own.
Attorneys from each side in the Fargo lawsuit planned a telephone conference Tuesday to figure out a timeline to move the case forward.
Traveling supporters of The Ten Commandments made their way through Raleigh on Wednesday. The Spirit of Montgomery Tour stopped in Raleigh. The group wants to make sure the commandments don't disappear from public buildings
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The Ten Commandments are the foundation of our legal system,” Rev. Paul Schenck said. “It is, in fact, the bedrock of our ethical and moral judicial process in America."
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Many felt that process broke down when a monument of The Ten Commandments was removed from the Alabama State Supreme Courthouse in August. They also back Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's attempts to have the stone returned to the public rotunda
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National polls indicate 70 percent want the commandments posted in public buildings. Organizers have amassed thousands of signatures on petitions, in-person and online, calling on the U.S. Supreme Court and Congress to allow the commandments to be posted.
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