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Last week, we reported on the cross being removed from an Indiana town's Christmas tree because of a lawsuit from the ACLU.

Officials in Knightstown, Indiana, elected to take the cross off the Christmas display earlier this month because they didn't think they could afford fighting a legal battle against the ACLU.

Now, the cross is back on the tree.

The town council and the ACLU had a teleconference earlier this week and were able to come to a compromise.

The cross was returned to the tree, although not in its former spot. It is near the top, and it will be lit at night

A star has now taken the top spot of the tree.

The two sides will have another call on January 27 to further discuss the incident.

The ACLU's lawsuit alleged that the cross “is the preeminent symbol of Christianity" and it has no business on public property.

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