Thursday, June 19 2014, 08:32 AM EDT
Courthouse Controversy Over "In God We Trust"
The plan to inscribe "In God We Trust" on the Roane County, Tennessee courthouse is moving forward, but not without a fight.
The Roane County Property Committee passed the resolution last week.
Commissioner Steve Kelley was the only one who voted against it.
Kelley says he thinks the move could get the county sued.
He also says people opposed to the sign are less likely to speak out because of the Christian majority in the county.
Commissioner Randy Ellis sponsored the resolution and says no tax dollars will be used to pay for the sign.
It will all be done through donations.
It will go for a vote ... before the full commission at their July 14th meeting.