Massachusetts bill sparks controversy over church-state separation

11/8/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Advocates of separation of church and state are upset over a bill under consideration by Massachusetts legislators that would offer protections to students who express religious views at public schools. Sponsors of the bill say it aims to further protect the First Amendment rights of religious students, while opponents say it could lead to allowing the teaching of creationism in Massachusetts public schools.

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