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PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) – – A federal appeals court says that a Florida city must take down a cross that has been in a city park for nearly 50 years.

The Pensacola News-Journal reports that the U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday to uphold a lower court ruling that the cross was unconstitutional and needs to be removed.

The article goes on to state the following:

The judges said in the ruling that they were “constrained” by existing precedent.

The American Humanist Association and the Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a lawsuit against the city of Pensacola in 2016 on behalf of four Pensacola residents who wanted the cross to be removed.

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Republican Congressman Ron DeSantis, who recently won the GOP primary in the Florida governor’s race, issued the following statement on Twitter:

A federal court ruled that a cross monument in a Pensacola park must be taken down despite carrying a cultural and historical significance for that community. Judicial activism is out of control– that’s why we are fighting to end it in Florida!

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  1. Sell the small section of land with the cross on it to a private organization .. then the cross can stay where it is and the satanic group can go away.

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