Judge orders TX school district to apologize to agnostic family in prayer spat
By staff and wire services reports
March 21st, 2012
Corwyn Schultz, an agnostic and a former high school student in the Medina Valley Independent School District, took a stand against what he and his family saw as illegal and coercive graduation prayers last year, the Blaze reports. While a judge initially issued a restraining order that rendered the prayers an impossibility, a higher court overturned this decision. The legal battle, which was handled by Americans United for Separation of Church and State, finally came to a close -- or so it seemed -- last month when the parties reached a settlement. But, alas, new drama seems to...
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