This month Kentucky’s Gov. Matt Bevin signed into law a bill known as the “Charlie Brown law” that protects religious and political expression in public schools and on college campuses. The law is named after a Kentucky elementary school’s decision to remove a Bible verse from their production of A Charlie Brown Christmas. This law eliminates restrictive and unconstitutional “free speech” zones on school campuses. Eight other states, including Tennessee, have passed similar legislation.
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