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FFRF in the Media

Religious conflict continues at North Texas High School


By Jeff Smith

School-led prayer leads to harassment at Prosper High School

Peacock Panache
By Tim Peacock

Texas sheriff tells atheist organization to “Go Fly a Kite” after complaint about “In God We Trust” decals

Gospel Herald
By Leah Marieann Klett

Roanoke, Roanoke County schools end Christian ministry to football players

Roanoke Times
By Sara Gregory

Why is a police chief telling atheists to “Go Fly a Kite”

World Religion News
By Nathan Glover

Sabine Parish Sheriff adds 'In God We Trust' decals to patrol vehicles


By Erin Buchanan

'Go fly a kite!'



Decals dumped: ALa. county agrees to remove Biblical verse stickers from police cars

Americans United Blog
By Simon Brown

Texas Attorney General files amicus brief

Fort Bend Herald

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