A consent decree (full text) has been issued in Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc. v. Town of Whiteville, Tennessee, (WD TN, Aug. 8, 2012). The decree enjoins the town and its mayor from installing decorated or undecorated stand-alone crosses on public property. (The city had placed a cross at city hall and the mayor had installed one in front of his business.) The city also agreed not to replace one arm of a cross on the city's water tower that the city had removed when FFRF complained about the display. (See prior related posting.) FFRF issued a press release announcing the consent decree.