One of things that is hard to understand about some of Christianity is its fascination with the Ten Commandments. Even though representatives of the Jewish faith, where they came from, have little use for display of them on public property and even though the story of their origin is full of holes, a part of Christianity treats them like the holy grail.
So far as I know, every national Jewish organization opposes display of the Ten Commandments on government property. Jews have been kicked around enough by governments they have suspicion of Christians who want chest beating religion in government. The current incidents of antisemitism confirms their wisdom.
In the story of Moses, a god apparently jack hammered into some stone the laws and a Moses with super strength carried them down a mountain. If these inscribed stones ever existed, someone might find them, or, the pieces of them. Since the story teller knew they never existed it was necessary in the story to have them destroyed.
As the centuries moved along, something changed in the cultures where Christianity landed and those in the faith needed the Ten Commandments. Even though the word “wives” is used instead of “wife”, wives are listed among the property a man owns and killing was done by Christians enthusiastically in war, Christians claimed these are rules we should all follow.
So far as we know, the Ten Commandments were written by wealthy goat herders for their own purposes. They should not be displayed on government property.