Texas AG's Office Raises Concerns About Prayer Room at Frisco's Liberty High School

The Texas Attorney General's Office has raised concerns about the legality of a prayer room set up at Frisco's Liberty High School for students who practice Islam.Frisco ISD is scrambling to respond after receiving a letter from the AG's Office on Friday at about the same time the letter was released to news media. School officials are working on a response and had no immediate comment."Liberty High School's policy should be neutral toward religion," the letter from Deputy Attorney General Andrew Leonie reads. "However, it appears that students are being treated differently based on their religious beliefs. Such a practice, of course, is irreconcilable with our nation's enduring commitment to religious liberty."  Continue reading...

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