A pair of bills filed in the Ohio House would allow for religious expression anywhere or at any time secular expression is allowed in school, as well as allowing students to use religion, without penalty, when completing homework or other assignments. Permission for religious groups to meet and promote their events on school property would also be allowed if the two bills pass.
Many democrats do not believe in providing duplicate protections that mirror those already represented in federal law, but both bills have passed out of committee despite those reservations.
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