Few Georgia schools offer new state-funded Bible classes

05/2/2007 | CNN

Only a few of Georgia's 180 school districts have so far adopted the state school board's new curriculum for teaching state-funded high school Bible classes, with some fearing costly lawsuits challenging the classes' constitutionality. That fear, however, hasn't slowed lawmakers across the south from offering bills funding similar classes in their own states.

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