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Cowboys Protest Against Removal Of Ten Commandments Monument At OK Capitol

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Cowboys from a church in Wichita Falls, Texas, rode 109 miles on horseback to the Oklahoma state Capitol because they were heartbroken over the Ten Commandments monument being removed from the grounds. Cowboys from a church in Wichita Falls, Texas, rode 109 miles on horseback to the Oklahoma state Capitol because they were heartbroken over the Ten Commandments monument being removed from the grounds.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Cowboys from a church in Wichita Falls, Texas, rode 109 miles on horseback to the Oklahoma State Capitol because they were heartbroken over the Ten Commandments monument being removed from the grounds.

They prayed in front of the Capitol and will go to Governor Mary Fallin's office to tell her they support her efforts to try to keep the monument there.

News 9 Reporter Lacie Lowry is following this story. Stay with us for updates. 

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