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Topic - Steven Thomas
A judge ruled on Wednesday that high school cheerleaders in Texas do have the legal right to wave banners quoting biblical verses during football games.
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He said no law "prohibits cheerleaders from using religious-themed banners at school sporting events," in his ruling.
State District Judge Steven Thomas said the banners are protected by the Constitution, Fox News reported.