Officials Allow 'Merry Christmas' Sign to be Displayed

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A "Merry Christmas" sign is back on display at a North Andover, Massachusetts fire station.

CBN News reported last week that town officials had ordered firefighters to take down the homemade sign because people complained.

The town manager said public buildings should not display things specific to a particular religion.

However, many residents protested the decision. So the local officials backed down, letting the firefighters post their "Merry Christmas" sign once again.

Town officials will also reconsider its vote of allowing the display of a Menorah on the town common for only one day, instead of eight days of Hanukkah.

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