New Florida Law Aims To Protect Religious Expression
September 13, 2017
Christianity, part of America’s national heritage, is increasingly contended in public education. Broad arguments have succeeded in wiping out Christian prayers and a decades-old historical pledge in courts across the country. But new legislation in Florida aims to ensure that students may practice Christianity, and any religion, freely this school year and beyond.
Read more at: https://thefederalist.com/2017/09/12/response-attacks-new-florida-law-aims-protect-religious-expression-public-schools/
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