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Inside the First Amendment: God-talk by kids can be protected speech in schools

4:44 PM, Sep. 24, 2013
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If you ask a class of fifth-graders to write about someone they "look up to," don't be shocked when at least one of them decides to write about God.

That's exactly what happened in Millington, Tenn., earlier this month when 10-year-old Erin selected God as her idol because, as she explained, "He is the reason I am on this earth."

A red flag went up for Erin's teacher who told the student she couldn't pick God and directed her to choose someone else. ...

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