Tell your Fla. lawmaker: No promoting prayer in public schools


The Florida Legislature is considering a bill intended to inject prayer into public schools. Please take a few moments to speak out against this theocratic measure.

The bill, SB 282, amends a part of code about studying the bible to require public schools to set aside time each morning for students to take “a moment of silence.” This bill is a thinly veiled attempt to encourage public students to engage in a scheduled prayer during school hours.

Public schools exist to educate, not to proselytize. Children in public schools are a captive audience. Making or encouraging prayer an official part of the school day is coercive, invasive and unconstitutional.

The Florida Senate Judiciary Committee has a hearing scheduled on this TODAY at 3:30 p.m. local time. Please click on the red “Take Action” link below to contact all members of this committee and urge them to vote no on SB 282.

Read more about what’s wrong with this type of legislation.


Freedom From Religion Foundation

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