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School bans boy from sharing Bible verses at lunch


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Yup, that is pretty much what this country has come to - calling the police on a 7 year old for handing out something wholesome that other students requested and wanted because they get nothing spiritual from their own parents.  All I can think of is all the rights Jehovah's people fought for in the Supreme Court so that this stuff wouldn't happen but now the constitution that they based those rights on is being changed and rewrote for everyone who doesn't believe in God (gay marriage is one good example).

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And a month goes by and no info on this "quick investigation". Often one source just quotes another and another. It looks like multiple source, but really just a repeat of the same one.

 

What is most odd - no follow up info. Which was the actual question with no reply - anyone find anything new? 

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