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Calif. School District Tells Student It Has an 'Obligation' to Censor God in Graduation Speech

July 15, 2014

A California school district has refused to apologize to one of its students for previously banning him from mentioning God in his graduation speech, saying instead that it has an "obligation" to prevent sectarian speeches.

 



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