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Complaint Sparks Midlothian ISD Religious Plaque Debate

Bring it on. That was the message Thursday from the Midlothian ISD superintendent. His comments came after a complaint was lodged about plaques with religious references at two schools.

CBS 11–08/28/2014

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Midlothian ISD Parents Protest To Keep Plaques

Parents are descending on the Midlothian ISD on Thursday for a peaceful protest over the district’s decision to remove religious plaques from two elementary campuses.

08/28/2014

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H.S. Bible Banner Lawsuit Heads To Texas Supreme Court

A group of high school cheerleaders from southeast Texas asked the state Supreme Court on Wednesday to rule on whether banners emblazoned with Bible verses that they display at football games is protected free speech.

08/06/2014

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Texas School District Reconsiders Religious Banners Ban

A southeast Texas school board will take public comment on its decision to bar high school cheerleaders from displaying religious messages on banners at sporting events.

02/26/2013

Judge Says Cheerleaders Can Quote Scripture

A judge ruled Thursday that a group of East Texas cheerleaders should be allowed to continue quoting biblical scripture on banners at high school football games.

10/18/2012

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Weatherford Council Ushers In Invocation, Pledge Before Meetings

Weatherford’s City Council voted four to one Tuesday to bring an invocation back to City Council meetings. It also reinstated the Pledge of Allegiance to both the United States and Texas flags.

06/12/2012