If a student says homosexuality is a sin in school, is it bullying?
from The Atlantic
What right should students have to talk about God in homework, assemblies, club meetings and graduation speeches? This is the question at stake in a new law in Tennessee and other states across the country. Recently, Gov. Bill Haslam signed the Religious Viewpoints Anti-Discrimination Act, which affirms that religious students should have the same free-speech rights as secular ones. At first, this might seem uncontroversial; religious expression has always been protected by the First Amendment. So why did two Republican state legislators feel the need to write the bill?
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