(Worthy News) – Alabama public schools are hoping to bring God back into their schools by displaying the US motto “In God We Trust” on school buildings.
In February, the Alabama legislature approved a new law allowing such displays on public property, and now is giving schools the right to exhibit the motto as well.
The national motto, approved by Congress in 1956, is already displayed in 17 public venues in Alabama, and the Blount County school board plans to be the first to implement the motto in its schools.
AL.com reports Alabama voters will also decide in November whether the state’s 117-year-old constitution should be changed to allow public schools to display the Ten Commandments. [ Source: CBN News (Read More…) ]
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