SD Gov Moves To “Restore” Prayer In Public Schools

The Christian Post reports:

South Dakota’s Republican Gov. Kristi Noem has introduced a bill that would allow students in public schools to pray every morning at school if they so choose despite pushback from secular groups to similar bills in other states.

On Monday, Noem released the text of legislation that would “require a moment of silence in schools to begin the school day.”

In a statement, Noem shared her belief that “every student deserves the opportunity to begin their day with a calm, silent moment.” Potential uses for this moment of silence include “voluntary prayer, reflection, meditation or other quiet, respectful activity.”

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