OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Weeks after a Ten Commandments monument was removed from its foundation at the Oklahoma Capitol under a court order, a bipartisan pair of state senators is pushing for a display they hope will be much less controversial -- the Bill of Rights.
Enid Republican Sen. Patrick Anderson and Senate Democratic Leader John Sparks of Norman said Monday they're partnering on a bill that would authorize a privately funded display on the Capitol grounds.
The effort is part of a national push by the group My Bill of Rights to install such displays around the country. A display already has been constructed in Arizona, and another is planned for Texas.
Both Anderson and Sparks say they expect broad support for the idea in the Oklahoma Legislature.
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