The ACLU is representing two residents of Bloomfield, New Mexico in a case challenging the placement of a Ten Commandments monument at the entrance of city hall. The monument was placed there last summer in an overtly religious ceremony presided over by the city council member who pushed for it to be put there. You can read the complaint here.
On July 4, 2011, a public unveiling of The Ten Commandments Monument was held at the City’s municipal complex in a ceremony containing religious themes, including references to “eternal life,” “the one who entered the valley of the shadow of death,” “…trust in God and turn to Him for divine guidance …,” and “… God, the father, the son
and the Holy Spirit.”
The American Center for Law and Justice and the Alliance Defense Fund apparently both helped Kevin Mauzy, the city council member who instigated the whole thing, and promised to defend the city if it was challenged in court.