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But -- developments today -- a story we have been following here in America live a group of high school cheerleaders from Texas fighting for their freedom of speech.
They're challenging their schools ban on displaying field banners with inspirational messages that also reflect their faith.
Trace has -- -- state like West Coast interest rates.
Chalmers who put these Bible verses -- on these banners and in the football players would run through the batters they took the field right Leavitt won the local residents complained to the atheist agnostic group freedom from religion that group then complained to school.
And the school as you said banned the batters while a conservative legal firm agreed to defend the cheerleaders and a judge.
At first allowed the banners pending a hearing that happened yesterday well guess what.
The courthouse yesterday look like a pep rally.
You had cheerleaders parents and supporters some wearing their coolest lines T shirts with the passage from proverbs that red.
And I'm quoting the wicked -- -- though.
No one pursues but the righteous are as bold as the lion and here's one of the cheerleaders was.
That it is our plan -- I am playing but says I'm telling what I believe in -- bank community.
So here's the deal they got to court the cheerleaders argument was that they came up with this idea totally on their own right nothing no input from the school at all.
This school argued the banners are schools symbols -- that it was government speech on school property and guess what the judge ruled.
The big reveal the -- and -- Or at least -- -- -- and temporary two weeks until they can get a better idea the schools said this in response to the rolling and I'm quoting again.
We were likewise pleased that the court has agreed to extend the restraining order for fourteen more days.
In order to give proper consideration to -- side so.
It's gonna come up again but at least for the next two games.
Those Bible verses are going to be back on those banners so right now -- cheerleaders to.
And freedom from religion nothing.
I give a lot of credit I mean when I was right back in the day when I was cheerleading -- all we cared about was how our universe looked.
We have that picture that happening hopefully not I think we do you wanna see the hair from the air act go check out People Magazine are right say thank you.
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