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(DENVER, Colo., March 2, 2005) Edward Collins,18 of Denver, leans on a statue of the Ten Commandments as he stops to look at the pigeons at Veteran's Park, between the state Capitol and City and County building in Denver. The United States Supreme Court is addressing church-vs.-state issues, and among other things, whether religious based artifacts can be legally displayed on state and federal property, or if such display violates the separation of church and state. (Photo by Dennis Schroeder/Rocky Mountain News)(DENVER, Colo., March 2, 2005) Edward Collins,18 of Denver, leans on a statue of the Ten Commandments as he stops to look at the pigeons at Veteran's Park, between the state Capitol and City and County building in Denver. The United States Supreme Court is reviewing whether religious based artifacts can be legally displayed on state and federal property, or if such display violates the separation of church and state. (Photo by Dennis Schroeder/Rocky Mountain News)

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