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1January2000

Lutheran Church Disestablished Sweden

20January2000
Freiler v. Tangipahoa: Court Rules on Evolution Disclaimer

Freiler v. Tangipahoa: Court Rules on Evolution Disclaimer

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1February2000

Virginia Senate Votes to Approve Bill Requiring Minute of Silence at Start of School Day

14February2000

Confrontation Develops on Religious Speech at Stephen F. Austin State University

29February2000

Michigan School Suspends Science Teacher For Loaning Out Religious Book

3March2000

Kindergarten Teacher Has Class Sing a Prayerful Song

29March2000
Santa Fe School v. Doe: Separation of Church and State Violated by Student-led Prayers

Santa Fe School v. Doe: Separation of Church and State Violated by Student-led Prayers

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30March2000

Kentucky Assembly Resolution Allows Christian Teaching in Public Schools

31March2000

Cuffley v. Mickes: Court Rules in Favor of KKK Participation in Missouri's Adopt-A-Highway Program

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26April2000
Vermont Governor Howard Dean Signs Bill Authorizing Same-Sex Civil Unions

Vermont Governor Howard Dean Signs Bill Authorizing Same-Sex Civil Unions

1May2000
Iranian Embassy in Vienna Grants Asylum to Holocaust Denier Wolfgang Fröhlich

Iranian Embassy in Vienna Grants Asylum to Holocaust Denier Wolfgang Fröhlich

3May2000
Death of Cardinal John Joseph O'Connor, Most Influential Catholic Leader in U.S.

Death of Cardinal John Joseph O'Connor, Most Influential Catholic Leader in U.S.

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11May2000
Indianapolis Baptist Temple v. U.S.: Churches Can't Reject Paying Taxes as a 'Sin'

Indianapolis Baptist Temple v. U.S.: Churches Can't Reject Paying Taxes as a 'Sin'

12May2000
Elkhart v. Brooks: 10 Commandments Monument in Indiana Ruled Unconstitutional

Elkhart v. Brooks: 10 Commandments Monument in Indiana Ruled Unconstitutional

12June2000
Cole v. Oroville: Circuit Court Rules Extreme Preaching at Graduation can be Banned

Cole v. Oroville: Circuit Court Rules Extreme Preaching at Graduation can be Banned

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19June2000
Santa Fe v. Doe: Court Rules Student-Led Prayer at School Game Unconstitutional

Santa Fe v. Doe: Court Rules Student-Led Prayer at School Game Unconstitutional

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19June2000
Freiler v. Tangipahoa: Court Lets Stand Ban on Evolution Disclaimer at School

Freiler v. Tangipahoa: Court Lets Stand Ban on Evolution Disclaimer at School

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28June2000
Mitchell v. Helms: Court Rules Education Materials can be Given to Religious Schools

Mitchell v. Helms: Court Rules Education Materials can be Given to Religious Schools

24July2000
Free Speech Coalition v. Reno: Court Rules CPPA Violates First Amendment

Free Speech Coalition v. Reno: Court Rules CPPA Violates First Amendment

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6August2000
Pope John Paul II: Catholic Christianity Superior to Other Religions

Pope John Paul II: Catholic Christianity Superior to Other Religions

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14August2000
Court Rules Against Church Claiming It's a Sin to Pay Taxes

Court Rules Against Church Claiming It's a Sin to Pay Taxes

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2October2000
Cole v. Oroville: Court Rules Sectarian Graduation Speeches Can be Banned

Cole v. Oroville: Court Rules Sectarian Graduation Speeches Can be Banned

12October2000
Williams v. Pryor: Court Rules Alabama Can Ban the Sale of 'Sex Toys'

Williams v. Pryor: Court Rules Alabama Can Ban the Sale of 'Sex Toys'

7November2000
Infamous Judge Roy Moore Elected Chief Justice of Alabama Supreme Court

Infamous Judge Roy Moore Elected Chief Justice of Alabama Supreme Court

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17November2000
Sechler v. State College School District: Court Decides Schools Don't Have to Make Holiday Programs More Christian

Sechler v. State College School District: Court Decides Schools Don't Have to Make Holiday Programs More Christian

6December2000
ACLU v. Ohio: Court Rules that Ohio's Motto Violates Separation of Church and State

ACLU v. Ohio: Court Rules that Ohio's Motto Violates Separation of Church and State

13December2000
Elkhart v. Brooks: Ten Commandments Marker is Ruled Unconstitutional

Elkhart v. Brooks: Ten Commandments Marker is Ruled Unconstitutional

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25December2000
Death of Willard Van Orman Quine, American Philosopher

Death of Willard Van Orman Quine, American Philosopher

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