Lawmakers question Pentagonís removal of military insignia from BiblesAssociated Press
Jul. 17, 2012
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Twenty-two members of Congress, including Mississippi Republican Alan Nunnelee, are asking Secretary of Defense Leon E. Panetta to clarify the Pentagonís decision to revoke permission for a religious publishing house to use U.S. military insignia on its Bibles.