Southern Religion

Ban on GA cheerleaders’ religious signs stands, for the moment

Facing down a packed meeting room to make the right decision, the board for Catoosa County Public Schools still isn’t out of the woods. Don Byrd of the Baptist Joint Committee For Religious Liberty warns:

This protection by the Board makes perfect sense and is not only within their discretion, but likely required by the First Amendment. Sadly, though, now the school district must wait to see if it will be sued from the other side – the cheerleaders – for banning their signs. Sigh.


October 15, 2009 - Posted by | Religion

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