Homosexuality and "Missouri voters overwhelmingly OK 'Right to Pray' amendment"

• Says students need not take part in assignments or presentations that violate their religious beliefs.

That last provision may soon become the subject of litigation, critics warned. They said it could lead to students skipping science classes or assignments when they disagree with teaching about the origins of man.

Missouri voters overwhelmingly OK

I've seen several stories about this law, but what I haven't seen is anyone mention that students could also refuse to take part in assignments or presentations declaring that homosexuality is immutable, etc.

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