Students can reject assignments that ‘violate religious beliefs’


Missouri voters on Tuesday passed its "right to pray" amendment, reaffirming the right to pray in public and in schools, the Huffington Post reports. In an effort to further define First Amendment rights, the measure formally known as Amendment 2 passed with 83 percent of the vote. The amendment's backers say it helps protect Missouri's Christians, about 80 percent of the population, who say they are
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