Lawyers for the American Civil Liberties Union -- who will argue before the 11th Circuit today that school board members violated the Constitution when they ordered that stickers questioning evolution's validity be placed in high school biology books -- have an unlikely ally in Georgia State University law professor L. Lynn Hogue. Hogue has led the conservative Southeastern Legal Foundation, proposed a law allowing the display of the Ten Commandments in government buildings and pushed for gay marriage bans.
Law Professor Crosses Evolution Battle Lines
December 15, 2005
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