A ten commandment monument may not go up on the Capitol grounds unless the U.S. Supreme Court said its okay.
Executive director of the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet said a search continues for ways of offering additional monuments or displays that could be in a grouping with the commandments.
Last year the General Assembly passed a bill that would return a ten commandments to the Capitol grounds but for now the monument remains in Hopkinsville. If the monument is allowed, it would include its history and legal battles.
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