L.A. County caves on the cross

Decides not to appeal decision on San Gabriel Mission in its official seal

The following comes from a June 21 story on MyNewsLA.com. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday not to appeal a federal judge’s ruling finding a cross over the San Gabriel Mission on the county’s official seal to be unconstitutional. The vote, taken behind closed doors, was 3-2, with Supervisors Don Knabe and Michael Antonovich dissenting, according to … [Read more...]

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Supervisors vote to restore cross to L.A. County seal

The following comes from a Jan. 7 story in the Los Angeles Times. A divided Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to add a cross back to the county's official seal, despite warnings the decision would invite legal challenges. The proposal to change the seal, which appears on flags, vehicles and written communications with residents, was advanced by board … [Read more...]

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Supervisors fight ACLU to restore cross to Los Angeles county seal

  The following comes from a Jan. 2 story in the BizPacReview.com. A plan to include a cross to the county seal of Los Angeles County is starting another legal battle over religion in the City of Angels. Two county supervisors argue that the portion of the seal that includes the San Gabriel Mission, considered the founding city of Los Angeles County, is … [Read more...]

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