A monument of the Ten Commandments can't be seen at Oklahoma's Capitol any more.
FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers has more on where it's been taken:
They waited until 10/30 Monday night to remove the six-foot tall monument using barriers to keep protesters from getting near it and to avoid disturbing workers at the capitol, according to officials.
This comes after the Oklahoma Supreme Court's decision in June that the monument violates a state constitutional prohibition on the use of public property to support religion.
The state's forking over $4,700 to remove the monument, which will get a new home at the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs' offices.
It's been controversial since it was erected in 2012, prompting lawsuits.
The original monument was smashed to pieces last year when someone drove a car across the Capitol lawn and crashed into it.
Tonya J. Powers, FOX News Radio.