Oregon religious dress law
Yvonne A. Tamayo
ytamayo at willamette.edu
Tue Feb 23 17:26:22 PST 2010
That's great news.
Steven K Green wrote:
> I am happy to report that the Oregon legislature today passed a law
> repealing the state's 85 year law banning public school teachers from
> wearing any distinctive religious clothing. The law prevented many Sikhs,
> Muslims and other religiously devout people from being teachers. The
> governor is likely to sign the bill.
> Steve Green
> Willamette University
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