Must all Christian expression be banned from the public schools? The Freedom From Religion Foundation and the ACLU say, “Yes.” Liberty Institute (who provided this picture below) say, “No.” Jerry Newcombe spoke with Hiram Sasser, lead attorney for Liberty Institute involving a small town public high school in Texas, where cheerleaders provide their own banners, with uplifting messages from the Bible. Recently, the Texas Supreme Court voted 8-0 in favor of the students’ private religious expression. But the case will likely be appealed.

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