Ohio House Passes Bill to Protect Religious Expression for School Students

Shortly after the US Supreme Court Declined to Resolve Public Schools’ Double Standard in Promoting Islam while Disparaging Christianity, Ohio’s House of Representatives passed a bill to protect the rights of all students to practice and honor their religious beliefs. While this may (or may not) have some impact on education, it would prevent student-usually Christians students- from being punished or marginalized for their religious beliefs.

This bill has been sent to the Ohio Senate for a vote. If you live in the state of Ohio, please consider contacting your senator in support of this bill.

To learn more on this legislative effort click on this link.

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