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'Patriot Week' bills pass Michigan Senate, prohibit religious censorship of historic documents

December 16, 2013

LANSING -- The Michigan Senate approved a package of bills which would expand the current "Constitution Day" in public schools into a week-long study of civics and prevent school districts from removing religious references from historical documents.

 


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