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Purdue to Allow Donors’ Plaque Referencing God

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP): Purdue University has reversed course and decided to allow an inscription on a dedication plaque that includes a reference to “God's physical laws.” Purdue graduates Michael and Cynthia McCracken had threatened to sue the university unless it accepted the language on a plaque recognizing their $12,500 donation to the school. The public university initially rejected the plaque's use of the word “God.”

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