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[–] YashinNashi 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

The article said "offensive", but I doubt any atheist would complain on the grounds of something being offensive. A cross being displayed on public land without also allowing other religious symbols to be displayed is illegal. Experience has taught us that the display all the religions as requested metdod just doesn't work, so it's defaulted to no religious displays on public land. So, the atheists were just reminding the council of the law.