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Indiana Latest State To Pass Bill That Would Put “In God We Trust” In Public Classrooms

January 28, 2019 By Pat Smiles

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Indiana Latest State To Pass Bill That Would Put “In God We Trust” In Public Classrooms

Indiana is now the latest state to attempt to pass a bill that would allow the National Motto “In God, We Trust” to be displayed on posters in public schools. Presently there are 16 states that already allow this. The most recent states being, Tennessee, Florida, Arkansas and now perhaps Indiana will join in.

Along with “In God, We Trust” posters in classrooms, the Indiana bill will allow for religious studies to be offered as electives. The bill is called the “ Education Matters” bill and it was drafted by State Sen. Dennis Kruse.

The bill would require public and charter schools to display both the U.S. and Indiana state flags along with the national motto of “In God We Trust” on posters in each classroom and library.

At present in Indiana parents are allowed to have their child released from school to attend religious instruction. Many critics of the bill are saying it will never pass. It is apparent though that many states are now passing these types of bills and some have had them in place for quite some time. It seems that a lot of people are voting to put God back in school.

This year Mississippi allowed ‘In God, We Trust” to be put on its license plates and  North Dakota is thinking about passing a Bible studies bill.

 

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