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You might come across some elaborate holiday light displays this time of year. But in Tuscola, there's one house that stands out from the rest. Its 3,000 lights are synchronized to music you can hear from your car, but that's not the only reason it's so special.
Each year, the Secretary of State's office allows different religions to put up holiday displays in the capitol's rotunda to celebrate their festivities. Joining a holiday tree, a Christian Nativity scene and a Jewish menorah is a display of Sol Invictus, put up by the Satanic Temple of Illinois.