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January 17, 2019

Freethought Radio -- January 17, 2019

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Foundation claims field trips to Ark Encounter are unconstitutional

Local 12 (Cincinnati, Ohio)

Freedom from Religion Foundation et al v. Geithner et al, No. 2:2009cv02894 - Document 21

(E.D. Cal. 2009)
Law Justia

Supreme Court won’t hear case of WA football coach fired over public prayers

Friendly Atheist Blog
By Hemant Mehta

Noah’s Ark park battles advocacy group over school visits

Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky)

Frostman wrong on separation of church and state

Baraboo News Republic (Baraboo, Wisconsin)
Robert Reid

Advocacy group questions whether public school trips to 'Ark Encounter' are legal

WDRB (Louisville, Kentucky)

Bills sponsored by Wood County legislators

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WTAP (Parkersburg, West Virginia)
By Todd Baucher

West Branch

The Review (East Liverpool, Ohio)
By Stephanie Ujhelyi

Freedom From Religion Foundation objects to worship service included in Bill Lee’s inaugural celebration

The Muslim Times
By Zia H Shah

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