The three-judge panel noted that observers were likely to see the large symbols, put up by the Utah Highway Patrol Association with the approval of state officials, as government preference for Christianity.
What does UHPA stand for?
UHPA stands for Utah Highway Patrol Association
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In 2008, King filed a friend-of-the-court brief supporting Utah, the Utah Highway Patrol, the Utah Highway Patrol Association and the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty against a group called American Atheists in an appeal of a lower court decision that determined the crosses communicate a secular message about deaths and were not a public endorsement of religion.
Of course, we are mindful that this case involves the placement of crosses along public highways by the Utah Highway Patrol Association, a private organization acting with the permission of the State of Utah, to memorialize officers who fell in the line of duty.