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Group threatens action after student is stopped from handing out religious message


A religious freedom organization is threatening legal action against the West Covina (Calif.) Unified School District after a first-grade student allegedly was prohibited from distributing a story about Jesus to his fellow students. The Los Angeles Daily News says that according to Advocates for Faith and Freedom, the student at Merced Elementary student tried to give his classmates candy canes with an attached message that said the canes were invented to represent the life and ministry of ...

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