N.Y. city council weighs religious groups' meetings at schools

05/22/2013 | Daily News (New York)

The New York City Council's Education Committee has advanced a resolution that would allow religious groups to continue meeting at city schools. The measure, which will go before the full council, has been a contentious issue for almost two decades, with officials wanting to bar such groups from schools to maintain a separation of church and state and religious groups wanting to use the space like other nonprofits.

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