American Humanist Association et al v. City of Lake Elsinore et al
||John Larsen, Diana Hansen and American Humanist Association
||Natasha Johnson, Daryl Hickman, City of Lake Elsinore, Steve Manos and Brian Tisdale
||May 30, 2013
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||Stephen V. Wilson
|Nature of Suit:
||Civil Rights: Other
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|February 25, 2014
MINUTES: PROCEEDINGS FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW signed by Judge Stephen V. Wilson. The Court concludes that Lake Elsinores veterans memorial was designed without a predominantly secular purpose, and that its principal effect is to advan ce religion. Therefore, the memorial design violates the Lemon test. Because the memorial design violates Lemon, the Court concludes that the memorial violates both the U.S. Constitutions Establishment Clause and Californias Establishment and No Preference Clauses. The Court does not consider whether the memorial violates Californias No Aid to Religion Clause. (pj)
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