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‘In God We Trust’ Added To Back Of Missouri Sheriff’s Department Vehicles

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STONE COUNTY, Mo. (CBS St. Louis )– A sheriff’s department in Missouri recently announced it will be adding “In God We Trust” decals to the back of patrol vehicles.

The Stone County Sheriff’s Department made the announcement on its Facebook page, as reported by KTVI.

“I am proud to announce that all of the Stone County Sheriff’s Office Patrol vehicles now have ‘In God we trust’ on the back. This became our National Motto in 1956 and is on all of our currency. There has been no better time than now to proudly display our National Motto!” the post reads.

The new design does not come without controversy. Some critics in the community say it’s inappropriate to have a religious slogan on government property, indicating a preference toward certain religions. Others are raising the question of where the funding for the decals came from. The department says no local tax dollars were used, rather local businesses donated them.

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  1. July 27, 2015 at 11:47 am
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