Bible club row sparks lawsuit

04/8/2003 | SeattlePI.com

Two Kent, Wash., students have filed a lawsuit alleging that the Kentridge High School and the Kent School District violated their constitutional rights by banning them from starting a nondenominational Bible club. The school and its Associated Student Body argue that the club's name, the Truth Bible Club, implies that all other religions are a lie.

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