The Beaumont Independent School District crossed the line separating church and state, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled April 16.

At issue in Jane Doe, et al. v. Beaumont Independent School District is a BISD program called “Clergy in Schools.” Started in 1996, it brings clergymen to public schools to counsel students on civic values, according to the opinion.

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