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American Humanist Association sues Colorado school district over the separation of Church and State

The Douglas County School District, in a suburb of Denver, has teamed up with Samaritan’s Purse to request that the children and their families in the district put together Christmas gift boxes. However, three families in the district feel that things have been taken too far and with the aid of the American Humanist Association have taken the school district to federal court. The families have sued the district on the grounds that the district has violated its responsibility of not promoting religion.

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