Laura Seitz, Deseret News
Brian Hutchings of Payson stands at the cross dedicated to his father at the UHP building in Murray on Wednesday, November 16, 2011.

It seems that a minority of people seem to be able to set the limits that the majority of people want. I have followed the debate about the highway memorials for a long time. It is interesting to note that they are crosses to some people, but not all. If I was to print a small "t," like a school teacher would teach children, it would not be a cross but a letter of the alphabet.

I am very disappointed in the justice system that ruled these must be taken from public property. These officers were individuals who gave their lives to public service and deserve the thanks the memorials represented. As the American Atheists now have more time, and it seems plenty of money, to cause problems for the majority of us, I have their next project planned for them. Many families put up crosses or memorials to family members that are killed during accidents.

I'm sure many of these are on public land and should be removed by this governing agency. Maybe it is time we all stand up and say, "No more."

Luanne Walters

Salt Lake City