The American Civil Liberties Union is proceeding with plans for a suitto force the removal of an icon resembling the Ten Commandments now onthe Richmond County Superior Court seal.

The ACLU’s Georgia chapter has spent the past year trying to persuadethe Richmond County court clerk to change the seal. Included in its effortshave been three or four letters and about a dozen phone calls to the county,says legal director Gerald R. Weber.

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