Religious Liberties Act protects FL students
July 11, 2017
Florida lawmakers have passed legislation that better protects students and staff who express their religious faith on public school property.
Introduced by state Sen. Dennis Baxley, the Religious Liberties Act went into effect July 1.
The new law creates uniformity across the state because it requires a model school board policy, says Liberty Counsel attorney Mat Staver.
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