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Polk County Sheriff Johnny Moats hands several bumper stickers that read "In God We Trust" to James Osborne at Gran-Gran's restaurant in Cedartown, Ga., on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015. After affixing "In God We Trust" decals to his department's vehicles, Mr. Moats had stickers made that he sells to the public for $2, which sell out fast. More than 50 departments across the country have put the "In God We Trust" decals on their cars in recent months. Photo by Kevin D. Liles for The New York Times


talks with Mindy Cook, a server at Gran-Gran's restaurant in Cedartown, Ga., on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015. Mr. Moats, who is very popular with county residents, is among law officers who have affixed "In God We Trust" decals to their cars. More than 50 departments across the country have done so in recent months. Photo by Kevin D. Liles for The New York Times

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Polk County Sheriff Johnny Moats hands several bumper stickers that read "In God We Trust" to James Osborne at Gran-Gran's restaurant in Cedartown, Ga., on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015. After affixing "In God We Trust" decals to his department's vehicles, Mr. Moats had stickers made that he sells to the public for $2, which sell out fast. More than 50 departments across the country have put the "In God We Trust"  decals on their cars in recent months. Photo by Kevin D. Liles for The New York Times<br />
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 talks with Mindy Cook, a server at Gran-Gran's restaurant in Cedartown, Ga., on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015. Mr. Moats, who is very popular with county residents, is among law officers who have affixed "In God We Trust" decals to their cars. More than 50 departments across the country have done so in recent months. Photo by Kevin D. Liles for The New York Times