A Tennessee bill, sponsored by Rep. Susan Lynn, R-MT. Juliet, was signed into in April and requires to display "In God We Trust" in all Tennessee schools. Kids are about to start their classes so schools will be forced to display that phrase. Some no-religious parents are expressing their concern.
They even suggest it is unconstitutional. According to our constitution, the First Amendment states that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."
Many people on social media fully support the idea of displaying the motto in schools. There are already some schools principals that are talking about big and permanent displays of the phrase.
So now Students heading back to school today were greeted with an "In God We Trust" motto prominently displayed, per Tennessee state law.
What are thoughts, should schools display the phrase In God We Trust?
"IN GOD WE TRUST" Students heading back to school today were greeted with an "In God We Trust" motto prominently displayed, per Tennessee state law.— FoxNashville (@FOXNashville) August 6, 2018
Photos show a Cheatham County school: https://t.co/MHMCRNx8AK pic.twitter.com/j1PmKSy3pA