Major flip for school that sent cop to 1st-grader’s home

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<p class=”rhexcerpt”>A California school district that dispatched a sheriff’s deputy to a first-grade student’s home to stop him from sharing Bible verses with classmates because they could be “offended” abruptly has reversed course. In a letter to the student’s legal representatives, the Palmdale, California, School District affirmed the student, identified by the initial “C,” may “freely discuss?<!–more–></p>
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  1. God bless the child and his mother. It’s getting to the point that in many countries free speech is being limited and in many cases prohibited, especially when it concerns one’s religious faith, whereas immoral speech is permitted.

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