The Army Trademark Licensing Program has banned a Christian company from putting Biblical verses in replica dog tags.
Shields of Strength LLC (SoS), a faith-based jewelry company, has been selling millions of replica dog tags since 1998 and got a license to sell the items from the Army in 2012. The Army recently called the attention of the company about the dog tags following complaints from the watchdog group, Military Religious Freedom Foundation, reports The Army Times.
Your censorship of Shields of Strength’s (SoS) religious expression amounts to unconstitutional viewpoint discrimination. —Mike Berry, Chief of Staff, First Liberty Institute
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