Opposition to SB 1146 is growing!

"This bill would prevent religious schools that receive state funding from performing actions that California deems “discriminatory” on the basis of religion.

This would include things like requiring students to take certain theology or religious studies courses, requiring students to attend chapel, having corporate prayer in convocations or classes, mandating student moral conduct codes based in the school’s religious doctrine, and integrating religious faith throughout the school’s non-theological curriculum."

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commented 2017-07-19 13:59:25 -0700 · Flag
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commented 2017-04-01 01:06:19 -0700 · Flag
Freedom of Religion is one of the foundations and arguably one of the most important elements of our constitution. What right does any state representative or state legislation have too prevent a deserving student, citizen of California and future taxpayer of our declining state from receiving well earned aid and attending the college (private or otherwise) of their choice? There doesn’t seem to be any restriction in allowing millions of dollars to be allocated to illegal immigrants, many of which posses a lower GPA than legal citizens of California who are merely seeking the same opportunity in achieving as high a quality education as possible. SB 1146 is another “slap in the face” to hard working students and citizens of California seeking a better education and so-called “quality of life.”
commented 2016-08-11 15:36:07 -0700 · Flag
The bill itself is discriminatory and is an infringement on our constitutional
right of freedom of religion.