Bushels of Bibles for Pa. lawmakers
HARRISBURG - Talk about swearing on a stack of Bibles.
With the state sinking deeper into a fiscal hole, the Pennsylvania General Assembly bought 220 Bibles and other holy books for legislators as they took the oath of office last month.
And the public paid for them - roughly $13,700 in all.
"Holy Moses," said Eric Epstein, a Harrisburg activist and founder…
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