"In God We Trust" Signs Going Up In Texas Schools After Law Goes Into Effect

Back in 2021, Senate Bill 797 was passed in Texas. The bill states that secondary and elementary schools must display 'a durable poster or framed c...

August 26, 2022
3:54 AM

Back in 2021, Senate Bill 797 was passed in Texas. The bill states that secondary and elementary schools must display 'a durable poster or framed copy of the United States national motto' if there is no cost associated with the display. The bill has just recently gone into effect. The Western Journal reported: According to the Houston Chronicle, a bill that recently went into effect puts God and the national motto back into classrooms. TRENDING: LIVE NOW - SELECTION CODE Movie on the 2020 Election Steal Released (Find Link Here) Senate Bill 797, passed in 2021, stipulates that elementary and secondary schools must 'display in a conspicuous place in each building of the school or institution a durable poster or framed copy of the United States national motto,' provided that the sign has been donated or purchased with donations.

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