PIKEVILLE, Tenn. — A school district in Tennessee has banned the distribution of Bibles—and any type of religious materials—following a single complaint.
Bledsoe County Schools Superintendent Jennifer Terry told reporters that she believes the distribution violates the U.S. Constitution.
“Bledsoe County Schools do not allow the distribution of religious materials from any religious groups. The distribution of religious materials in a public school is in violation of constitutional provisions and well established federal and state laws and precedence,” she stated.
Written by Heather Clark
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