FFRF case 'intolerance on steroids'
January 30, 2017
The Freedom From Religion Foundation has filed a lawsuit against the Mercer County Schools and the superintendent because they offer voluntary, opt-in Bible classes, which the Foundation claims is unconstitutional. Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute disagrees.
"Courses dealing with the Bible are constitutional," the attorney asserts. "The courts have found they are constitutional, so there's nothing illegal about having a Bible class in a public school or school district."
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