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Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia / School & Religion / Football & Bible Verses #949080

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 01, 2009
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(Washington: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia: Ron Claiborne) The issue of the constitutionality of the use of Bible verses on the cheerleaders' banners for a high school football team in Georgia featured; scenes shown from the playing field in Ft. Oglethorpe. [Three STUDENTS, Catoosa County public schools supt. Denia REESE†, WOMAN, Lakeview-Ft. Oglethorpe principal Jerry RANSOM† - offer views on the banner messages.] The 2000 Supreme Court ruling on prayers by high school football players in Texas recalled.

Gibson, Charles;
Claiborne, Ron

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