Town puts cross back on Christmas tree after ACLU threat made them remove it, but there’s a catch

Christians in a small Indiana town are rejoicing after a cross was returned to its Christmas tree.

Earlier this month the ACLU had the cross removed from the Knightstown Christmas tree after threatening a lawsuit because one person complained.

The small town feared it didn’t have the funds to fight the lawsuit but, after a conference call with the ACLU, a compromise was reached, Fox News reported.

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Residents of the town protested the cross’ removal and even started erecting crosses of their own.

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The town brought the cross back but it was not allowed to be placed at the top. That spot now belongs to a star.

The two factions have another call scheduled for Jan. 27 to discuss the matter further.

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