The Pacific Justice Institute, a conservative Christian-value legal foundation, has sued the Loomis Union School District, complaining that campus officials violated a sixth-grader’s free-speech rights by scolding her for sharing religious fliers with two friends during the lunch hour without permission. In July 2010, The Pacific Justice Institute called for the removal of a painting (pictured) from the Sacramento Public Law Library that defaces a Bible and is accompanied by a statement saying that religious faith makes people stupid.
The Pacific Justice Institute, a conservative Christian-value legal foundation, has sued the Loomis Union School District, complaining that campus officials violated a sixth-grader’s free-speech rights by scolding her for sharing religious fliers with two friends during the lunch hour without permission. In July 2010, The Pacific Justice Institute called for the removal of a painting (pictured) from the Sacramento Public Law Library that defaces a Bible and is accompanied by a statement saying that religious faith makes people stupid. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
The Pacific Justice Institute, a conservative Christian-value legal foundation, has sued the Loomis Union School District, complaining that campus officials violated a sixth-grader’s free-speech rights by scolding her for sharing religious fliers with two friends during the lunch hour without permission. In July 2010, The Pacific Justice Institute called for the removal of a painting (pictured) from the Sacramento Public Law Library that defaces a Bible and is accompanied by a statement saying that religious faith makes people stupid. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

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December 29, 2014 04:00 PM

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