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Boston to pay $2.1M settlement following 5 years of litigation for refusing to fly Christian flag outside City Hall

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Camp Constitution Chaplain Rev. Steven Louis Craft, Junior Camp Director Edith M. Craft, and Director of Camp Constitution Harold Shurtleff (Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

On Tuesday, the city of Boston agreed to a $2.1 million settlement for refusing to fly a Christian flag outside City Hall in 2017, WCVB reported. The case made it to the U.S. Supreme Court in May, where the justices unanimously ruled against the city.

Christian legal organization Liberty Counsel represented city resident Hal Shurtleff and Camp Constitution, a Christian civic organization, in the case against the city of Boston.

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