In Fort Collins, Colo. they are excluding its Jewish citizens from celebrating Hanukkah publicly. This even was covered in the New York Times. The city of Fort Collins allows the Christians in the cities to place Christmas Trees in several parts of the city, but it is not allowing a rabbi place a Menorah for the eight days of Hanukkah. They allowed a lighting cermony, but they wouldn't let it stay for the entire eight days.
The good thing is that several community members are supporting its Jewish neighbors and placing menorahs in their windows and businesses. In a time of strife throughout the world, we need to respect all religions and educate everyone about the many faiths that make up our country.