A high-school student in Texas is expected to argue in court next week that her school's microchip tracking system violates her religious views. At the hearing, set for Dec. 17, a judge is expected to decide whether the school district should be prevented from transferring the student to another school -- at least until a full trial on the issue has concluded. Officials say the technology is intended to track attendance and secure more funding for schools.
Do school microchips violate student's religious views?
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