Iowa school district considers religious-liberties policy

Officials in an Iowa school district have drafted a policy on religion that advocates say will eliminate confusion about when an expression of faith is appropriate in the schools. Opponents argue that students' religious freedoms are already protected by federal law and a written policy is not needed.

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