Source: The Atlanta Journal and Constitution
On October 31, 2001, The Atlanta Journal and Constitution reported that officials in the town of Ringgold, GA "have hung the Ten Commandments, the Lord's Prayer and an empty frame in City Hall...fulfilling a unanimous City Council vote last month...The ACLU has submitted its own document --- a letter threatening a lawsuit...The empty frame, City Councilman Bill McMillon has said, is 'for those who believe in nothing. If they don't believe in [the other two], they can go stand in front of it and believe anything they want to.' The American Civil Liberties Union disagrees. 'An empty frame does not ameliorate the city's religious message,' states a letter from the ACLU of Georgia."