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Teaching Creationism Alongside Evolution in Public Schools: Unavoidable or Unconstitutional?

                      

This week, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the appeal of an Ohio school teacher who was fired for promoting creationist theory. The ruling gave new life to an ongoing argument over whether or not creationism should be taught in public schools. 493 more words

Duquesne University

Supreme Court Upholds Texas’ Controversial Voter ID Law

The United States Supreme Court upheld Texas’ voter ID law. As a result of the ruling, 600,000 registered voters, mostly Black and Hispanic, may be disenfranchised because they lack the proper form(s) of identification. 90 more words

News One Exclusives

Supreme Court Upholds Texas’ Controversial Voter ID Law

The United States Supreme Court upheld Texas’ voter ID law. As a result of the ruling, 600,000 registered voters, mostly Black and Hispanic, may be disenfranchised because they lack the proper form(s) of identification. 90 more words

Newsone Now

Supreme Court Upholds Texas’ Controversial Voter ID Law

The United States Supreme Court upheld Texas’ voter ID law. As a result of the ruling, 600,000 registered voters, mostly Black and Hispanic, may be disenfranchised because they lack the proper form(s) of identification. 90 more words

NewsOne Now

Supreme Court Upholds Texas’ Controversial Voter ID Law

The United States Supreme Court upheld Texas’ voter ID law. As a result of the ruling, 600,000 registered voters, mostly Black and Hispanic, may be disenfranchised because they lack the proper form(s) of identification. 90 more words

News One Exclusives

Supreme Court Upholds Texas’ Controversial Voter ID Law

The United States Supreme Court upheld Texas’ voter ID law. As a result of the ruling, 600,000 registered voters, mostly Black and Hispanic, may be disenfranchised because they lack the proper form(s) of identification. 90 more words

News One Now

Supreme Court Upholds Texas’ Controversial Voter ID Law

The United States Supreme Court upheld Texas’ voter ID law. As a result of the ruling, 600,000 registered voters, mostly Black and Hispanic, may be disenfranchised because they lack the proper form(s) of identification. 90 more words

Roland Martin