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Florida lawmakers are considering a bill to offer the public high schools, a Bible studies class as an elective.
Florida legislators a bill requires each public high school in the Sunshine State to offer Bible classes, and allows to train the prayer to be brought back.
Rep. Kim Daniels, a Democrat and author of several faith-books, is behind the house Bill 341, which “requires every school district to provide specified rates in connection with the religion of the Hebrew Scriptures, & the Bible, to certain students as electives.”
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In addition to the “study of the Bible and religion,” the bill would allow a “short meditation time” every school in the state.
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To make earlier this year, when Daniels proposed a similar bill Bible classes are optional, which was approved in an 11-3 vote, the opponents claimed that the Bible-classes can, under certain circumstances, complaints about the constitutionality, FOX 35.
If passed, it would enter the proposed new law into force in July 2020.
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Daniels, founder of Spoken word ministries, Kimberly Daniels Ministries International and Word Bible College, in the last year, successfully pressed the state, the motto “In God we Trust” appears in every Florida public school.
She also championed a bill to combat discrimination in schools against religious employees, students, and parents.