USA - A group advocating the separation of church and state has filed a federal lawsuit in a bit to prevent number plates bearing the message "I Believe" from becoming legal in South Dakota.
The group argues that South Dakota's government is endorsing Christianity over other beliefs by allowing the number plates, which would include a cross superimposed on a stained glass window, while other modifications are not legal.
Washington-based Americans United for Separation of Church and State filed the lawsuit on behalf of two Christian pastors, a humanist pastor and a rabbi in South Dakota, along with the Hindu American Foundation.
"I do believe these 'I Believe' number plates will not see the light of day because the courts, I'm confident, will see through this," said the Rev. Barry Lynn, the group's executive director.
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