Georgia House Reviews Bill to Cut State Funding to Any School Teaching Evolution

The Georgia House of Representatives considers a bill that would withhold any state funding from any school or other institution which teaches Darwinism or any similar theory of evolution.

This proposed law is a copy of a similar law that has already been enacted by the state of Kentucky.

Representative Pope calls evolution "rotten stuff" and Representative Covington says:

"The only thing wrong with those two Chicago youths, Loeb and Leopold, is that they went to schools and colleges where they were taught pagan philosophy.

If those old alienists [psychologists/psychiatrists] told the truth they would tell that too."

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