Scopes Rerun? Echoes of Evolution Debate in Tenn.

Scopes Rerun? Echoes of Evolution Debate in Tenn.

Nashville : TN : USA | Apr 10, 2012 at 9:26 PM PDT
Source: Fox
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Tennessee   Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam said Tuesday a new law to protect teachers who allow students to criticize evolution and other scientific theories will go into effect without his signature, because "good legislation should bring clarity and not confusion." FULL ARTICLE AT Fox
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