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Minnesota Democrats openly take offense to 'In God We Trust' motto

Minnesota Democrats openly take offense to 'In God We Trust' motto

Fox News reported that two Minnesota state senators publicly challenged a bill that would allow "In God We Trust" back into high schools. The bill was written by Republican Sen. Dan Hall who wants to bring back respect in public schools in his state.

Hall told Fox News, “that if you take those things out of government if you take the things that are respectful out, you’re going to put in something different."

The challengers and the G-word

Democratic-Farmer-Labor party members Sens. Scott Dibble and John Marty weren't too keen on allowing the motto back in schools and went as far as to say that the motto offends them. Marty took to the Senate floor to say that the motto printed on the money in his wallet offended him as well.

Fortunately, the bill passed 38-29 and will allow but not mandate the display of the national motto in public schools.

See Pat's reaction to the story in the clip above. 

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