Virginia lawmaker proposes displaying First Amendment in classrooms

01/10/2003 | Richmond Times-Dispatch (Va.)

State Del. Robert H. Brink, who earlier this year objected to displaying "In God We Trust" in schools, proposed posting the First Amendment, which establishes freedom of religion, in schools. He admitted, however, that the proposal could get out of control, with "amendments all over the walls."

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