Michael S. Lorrey wrote,
> What? If you are talking about that 'report' that came out (which
> listed New Hampshire among those 8 states), its bogus.
No, I haven't seen that report. New Hampshire recently considered a bill to
require creationism to be taught on an equal footing with evolution, but
that bill was defeated. Kansas removed evolution from its curriculum.
Alabama requires warning stickers stating that evolution is an unproven
theory. New Mexico and Nebraska require that evolution not be taught as
being more likely than creationism. Texas, Ohio, and Washington have
considered similar bills preventing evolution from being taught over
creationism. Tennessee is currently considering a bill that actually
prevents the teaching of evolution at all.
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