CBS This Morning aired a major news segment about FFRF’s lawsuit challenging devotional bible classes in public schools in Mercer County, West Virginia. The report by CBS News Correspondent Tony Kokoupil is a critical example of our fight to uphold the wall between church and state.

FFRF’s federal lawsuit over bible classes is just one of a dozen lawsuits we’re fighting challenging unconstitutional intrusions of religion in government.

Now, more than ever, the wall between church and state is under assault. The Religious Right is fighting to abolish science-based education and turn our schools into “God’s Kingdom,” as newly-confirmed Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has pledged.

"If you have had it up to here with faith-based initiatives, creationism and clerical prying into our private lives, FFRF is the organization for you. This scrappy group brings lawsuits against church-state entanglements and puts up witty billboards and bus signs promoting, well, freedom from religion. Reason's Greetings!"

-- Katha Pollitt

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