Court Rules Against Colo. School Christian Fundraiser.

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A federal court in Colorado has ruled that a public school district violated church-state separation when it raised money for a Christian group.

The case, American Humanist Association, et als, vs. Douglas County School District, was filed in 2014 and included plaintiffs who were concerned about the Douglas County School District's sponsoring Christianity through various activities.

The school district used school hours to raise money for a Christian mission trip to certain underdeveloped countries. The activities included making Christian and non-Christian students craft things such as "salvation bracelets" that the Christian group would gift to others.

The...

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