TAKE ACTION: Tell Gov. Hobbs to veto the Ten Commandments bill!
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Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs is our last hope to keep the Ten Commandments out of public schools!

An unconstitutional bill allowing the Ten Commandments to be displayed in public school classrooms has just passed its final legislative hurdle. Unless Hobbs vetoes this bill, public school teachers will be able to push their religion on their students.

Contrary to the claims of certain Arizona legislators, Senate Bill 1151 goes against core American values and the principles of our secular Constitution. The sponsor of the bill wrongly assumes that a previous court decision regarding the display of the Ten Commandments in public school classrooms is no longer valid. However, the ruling from this specific Supreme Court case clearly affirmed that displaying the Ten Commandments in such settings is inherently religious. This ruling still holds true today.

Please write to Gov. Hobbs and urge her to keep Arizona’s public schools secular and not open to religious proselytizing!

(Note: You must live in this state to take part in this action alert.)

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