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By Tammy Bruce
Sheryl Sandberg, Beyonce are bossy women trying to ban bossy from our vocabulary
Topic - 356Th District Court
A state judge stopped an East Texas school district on Thursday from barring cheerleaders from quoting Scripture on banners at high school football games, saying the policy appears to violate their free-speech rights.
A judge stopped an East Texas school district Thursday from barring cheerleaders from quoting biblical words on banners at high school football games, acknowledging their argument that it appears to violate their free-speech rights.