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-- -- constitutional clash now in the Bluegrass State the State's anti terrorism bill.
Declares Kentucky citizens need God's help from protection from a terror attack.
A Douglas Kennedy has more now from our -- -- made his groups are not happy with this all about Douglas.
Yet -- many Americans depend on god to keep us safe and secure the question it has.
And that reliance be required by law.
The Department of Homeland Security relies on vigilance and fancy new airport screeners to keep Americans safe.
But in that state of Kentucky that's not good enough.
Kentucky law now requires that citizens here know it's god that keeps them safe sport requires much more than that.
In fact state law commands the Department of Homeland Security to prominently displayed this proclamation.
Which says the safety and security of the commonwealth.
Cannot be achieved apart from reliance upon almighty god.
And when Kagan is the Kentucky -- and objects to the sentiment.
A -- such as this is a step toward establishing a theocracy and claiming it's forcing religion on its citizens.
As well as a federal agency.
He says in violation of the constitutional separation.
Between church and state the safety and security of the state cannot be achieved in part.
Our dependence upon god.
Tom -- is a democratic state -- also an ordained Baptist minister.
He says there can be no real protection from the evil for our enemy.
Without reliance on god that is that a part of the American -- That's why our national motto is in god we trust.
Because ultimately he is -- -- -- of trust representative Reiner says trusting god is our national motto it's our national creed.
He says why not simply put it in law.
They bought so is not a law.
-- says reliance on god is also our national heritage.
He says Kentucky will not surrender that heritage.
That's it from here go back together right Douglas welcome back from the Bluegrass State -- -- -- in New York.
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