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Monday, April 28, 2008

Evolution academic freedom bill passes Florida House by wide margin

Details are in various posts on the blog of the Florida Citizens for Science.

The Florida academic freedom bills still have some hurdles to clear:

(1) The House and Senate versions must be reconciled.

(2) The bill must be signed by the governor.

Time is running out -- I think that the current legislative session ends on May 2.

I don't much care whether these bills are good or bad -- I just feel that something is needed to counteract those infamous Kitzmiller v. Dover and Selman v. Cobb County decisions (the Selman decision is now moot because it was settled out of court).

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Blogger Jim Sherwood said...

Yeah, something is needed. A lot of public officials seem to think that every word of Judge Jones is "law."

Tuesday, April 29, 2008 12:59:00 PM  

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