California Bible Brick Lawsuit Echoes Earlier Scripture Censorship Cases

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Source: Yahoo News – By Linda Ann Nickerson

Two Christian moms are taking on their California public school district in federal court, claiming censorship. Each of the women had bought promotional bricks to benefit the school, which refused to install their pavers. Apparently, the bricks in question bear Bible verses, to which the Desert Sands Unified School District seems to have objected.

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3 comments on “California Bible Brick Lawsuit Echoes Earlier Scripture Censorship Cases
  1. California Bible Brick Lawsuit Echoes Earlier Scripture Censorship ……

    Here at World Spinner we are debating the same thing……

  2. Clay Boggess says:

    You can’t have it both ways. Either you accept the money and the bricks, or you simply reimburse the money. Also, the school should have said that no religious phrases will be accepted (including Hinduism). Of course this would be discrimination, people would have complained up front and we would still have legal issues to deal with. The school definitely walked into a can of worms on this one.

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