Lawmakers seek repeal of no-aid-to-religion provision in Oklahoma constitution

Oklahoma lawmakers are pushing a ballot initiative to repeal a section of the state constitution that prohibits the use of taxpayer money or property to advance religion. (via Baptist News Global)

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OKLAHOMA CITY (BNG)—Lawmakers in Oklahoma are pushing a ballot initiative to repeal a section of the state constitution that prohibits the use of taxpayer money or property to advance religion. Oklahoma’s “no-aid” provision is one of several state laws barring the use of public funds for religious purposes being debated in modern-day skirmishes over the separation of church and state.

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