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Here’s a Reminder of What the Law Says About Tomorrow’s “See You at the Pole” Event

Tomorrow is See You at the Pole, the day when many Christian students gather around their schools' flagpoles to pray to Jesus. It's legal for students to hold these events as long as they play by the rules.And who better to explain those rules than a legal fellow from the Freedom From Religion Foundation. Madeline Ziegler has a quick rundown of how the event must proceed to stay on the right side of the law.
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