In Kansas, panel hears from anti-evolutionists

Yesterday, a Kansas School Board education subcommittee contemplating changes to the state's science standards heard testimony from Intelligent Design supporters, who argued that the holes in Darwin's theory open the door to the possibility of a divine creator. The school board's 6-to-4 anti-evolution majority is expected to adopt standards that mandate students be taught about the controversy.

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