Passages from the Bible could become part of the curriculum in North Carolina's public high schools under legislation proposed in the General Assembly.
The bill would allow local school boards to offer elective courses for credit on the Old Testament, the New Testament or a combination of both.
No student would be required to take the classes, but they would provide academic credit toward graduation. While civil libertarians worry about religious courses at taxpayer-supported schools violating the Constitutional separation of church and state, primary sponsor Sen. Stan Bingham said Wednesday he doesn't see a problem.
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So bills outlawing boobs and putting church in public schools is what we get to look forward to as a state with Republicans in control.