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ACLU Suing Louisiana over Ten Commandments in Public Schools

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) announced Wednesday that it will sue the state of Louisiana over a new law that requires the Ten Commandments to be displayed in public schools.

As Breitbart News reported, Louisiana became the first state in the nation to require the Ten Commandments to be displayed in public school classrooms after Republican Governor Jeff Landry signed a bill into law.

“Louisiana is the first state since the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to pass a bill requiring the Ten Commandments to be displayed in classrooms in public schools, including state universities. Expel “Beliefs from America’s classrooms in 1980,” the report states.

“Efforts to reinstate discipline in public schools have been made in other states, including Texas, Oklahoma and Utah, but have so far been unsuccessful,” he added.

Hours after the bill was passed, the ACLU announced it would fight it in court.

“We are suing because the state of Louisiana requires all public schools to display the Ten Commandments in classrooms. Public schools are not Sunday schools,” they said, adding that they would work with the ACLU of Louisiana and others to “fight with all our might to stop this clearly unconstitutional law.”

It should be noted that the bill in question states that no state or taxpayer funds can be used to display the Ten Commandments, only that schools are allowed to use donations.

“Historical records state that the fourth president of the United States, James Madison, stated, ‘We stake the entire future of our new nation on the ability of each of us to govern ourselves according to the moral principles of the Ten Commandments,'” the bill states.

Other groups opposed the law, saying it would force Christianity on students.

“This law will force Christianity on all students in Louisiana’s public schools, even if they belong to a religious minority or have no religious affiliation,” said Azhar Majeed, the research center’s director of government relations. I have written In a June 14 letter to Governor Landry:

People of different beliefs took to social media to express their support and opposition to the law.

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