Louisiana officials are making it clear that U.S. public schools do not need to be religion-free zones. On Tuesday, state Attorney General Jeff Landry and U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., released the Louisiana Students Rights Review, a 15-page guide that lays out the rights of teachers and students for practicing their faith in public schools. It’s a document that Landry suggests is long overdue. “Despite court ruling

after court ruling affirming our constitutional rights of freedom of speech and expression, there remains confusion on the practical application of those rights in public schools,” the attorney general said in a statement. “So Congressman Johnson and I have put this publication together to help answer some of the most frequently asked questions and misconceptions about the law in this area,” he said. READ MORE