Vietnam veteran files federal lawsuit to remove Bible on display at VA hospital

Vietnam veteran files federal lawsuit to remove Bible on display at VA hospital

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A "devout Christian" and Air Force veteran is suing the Department of Veteran’s Affairs over a Bible displayed at a VA medical facility in New Hampshire. The bible at the center of the.

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Air Force veteran sues VA hospital over Bible display By: Zack Budryk, Tuesday, May 7, 2019 (Excerpts from The Hill/Emphasis Added by MRFF) A U.S. Air Force veteran filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday arguing a Bible on display at a New hampshire veterans hospital violates the First Amendment, according to The Associated Press.

A dispute over a Bible display at the Manchester Veterans Affairs hospital in. filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday on behalf of an Air Force veteran against Alfred. the removal of a Bible on display at a POW/MIA table within the hospital. of Vietnam combat pilots and didn't include a Bible as one of the items.

Vietnam veteran files federal lawsuit to remove Bible on display at VA hospital Lawsuit filed over display of Bible at veterans hospital. – – A Bible on display at a memorial at New Hampshire’s veterans hospital should be removed because it is a violation of the First Amendment, a U.S. Air Force veteran said in a federal lawsuit.

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday on behalf of an Air Force veteran against Alfred Montoya, the director of the Manchester VA Medical Center, seeking the removal of a Bible on display at a POW/MIA table within the hospital. The display violates the First Amendment’s establishment of religion clause, according to the lawsuit.

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