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By Lindsay Toler
Ballwin officials voted Monday to reject a plan to to put up an “In God We Trust” sign on city property.
The Holy Infant Knights of Columbus had pledged $750 to putting the motto on a sign in this St. Louis suburb. All the plan needed was the approval of the city’s board of aldermen.
The aldermen voted 6 to 2 against displaying the motto “In God We Trust” in four-inch letters behind the dais, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Ballwin originally seemed to support the proposed sign until Nikki Moungo, a Ballwin resident and self-proclaimed atheist, spoke out at an aldermanic meeting, asking the board not to alienate non-religious residents.
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