Prayer must be student-led, so students provide

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This January, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry and Rep. Mike Johnson published “Louisiana Student Rights Review: Answers to Common Questions about Religious Freedom in Schools.” Prompted by religion lawsuits filed against the Webster and Bossier parish school systems in the past three months, this document seeks to clarify how students may and may not express their religious beliefs at school.

“Because religious speech must be treated just as all other speech, students are free to pray, discuss their faith, read the Bible or other religious texts, and invite others to share and

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