For all those in Kentucky who have children, you may be celebrating some news that is coming out regarding “Religious Expression.” That is because new reports indicate that Students will now be able to express religious and political viewpoints in public schools and on college campuses without interference from administrators as a bill that cleared its final legislature hurdle is heading to the Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin to officially be signed into law. State Senator. Albert Robinson said he decided to stand
Behind the Senate Bill 17 after a Johnson County elementary school removed biblical references from a presentation of “Charlie Brown’s Christmas Carol” back in 2015. According to the official count, the bill was adopted on an 81-8 vote. Sources indicate that Robinson claimed he’s felt the legislation was necessary to make clear to educators that biblical references are in no way forbidden from campuses.