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'In God We Trust' - the bills Christian nationalists hope will 'protect religious freedom' - 2019-01-14

F345.png 'In God We Trust' - the bills Christian nationalists hope will 'protect religious freedom' January 14, 2019, David Taylor, The Guardian

Christian hardliners on the religious right have introduced new bills to impose their values in at least six American states in the opening days of 2019.

The early legal moves have been tracked from Alaska to Florida as mostly Republican legislators make use of off-the-shelf 'model bills' generated by Christian nationalists in a playbook called Project Blitz.

So-called "In God We Trust" bills have already been introduced this year in Alaska, Kentucky, Missouri and South Carolina, which, if they became law, would see the phrase emblazoned on public buildings, hung in schools and displayed on public vehicles including police cars.

A bill requiring Florida public high schools to offer Christian Bible-study classes has just been introduced by a Democratic representative Kimberly Daniels – a former 'exorcist' who called herself the Demonbuster. Similar bills have been introduced in North Dakota and Missouri.

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{{cite news | first = David | last = Taylor | title = 'In God We Trust' - the bills Christian nationalists hope will 'protect religious freedom' | url = https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jan/14/christian-nationalists-bills-religious-freedom-project-blitz | work = The Guardian | date = January 14, 2019 | accessdate = July 27, 2019 }}