An amended version of a bill that would display the motto ''In God We Trust'' in Wyoming schools and government buildings has passed the Wyoming House of Representatives on third and final reading by a 46-10 margin with four excused.

The House Bill 133 now heads to the Wyoming Senate.

On third reading on Tuesday afternoon, the bill was amended from a provision that donated displays of the motto would be displayed in Wyoming classrooms to a final version that says the displays would be displayed in school lobbies in a prominently visible location.

If the bill becomes law, private citizens could donate the displays through the Wyoming Governor's office.

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