BHCS attends Religious Freedom Rally


Beth Haven Christian School students attended the Religious Freedom Rally held Thursday, January 28, at steps of the West Virginia State Capitol building in Charleston. The rally was in support of the West Virginia Religious Freedom Restoration Act (WV RFRA). WV RFRA, House Bill 4012, will amend the Code of West Virginia, 1931, to ensure that, in all cases where state action substantially burdens the exercise of religion, strict scrutiny is applied; to provide a claim or defense to a person or persons whose exercise of religion is substantially burdened by state action; including a short title; providing definitions; and addressing applicability construction, remedies and severability. The bill went to the House Judiciary on January 26.


Beth Haven Christian School students attended the Religious Freedom Rally held Thursday, January 28, at steps of the West Virginia State Capitol building in Charleston. The rally was in support of the West Virginia Religious Freedom Restoration Act (WV RFRA). WV RFRA, House Bill 4012, will amend the Code of West Virginia, 1931, to ensure that, in all cases where state action substantially burdens the exercise of religion, strict scrutiny is applied; to provide a claim or defense to a person or persons whose exercise of religion is substantially burdened by state action; including a short title; providing definitions; and addressing applicability construction, remedies and severability. The bill went to the House Judiciary on January 26.

Beth Haven Christian School students attended the Religious Freedom Rally held Thursday, January 28, at steps of the West Virginia State Capitol building in Charleston. The rally was in support of the West Virginia Religious Freedom Restoration Act (WV RFRA). WV RFRA, House Bill 4012, will amend the Code of West Virginia, 1931, to ensure that, in all cases where state action substantially burdens the exercise of religion, strict scrutiny is applied; to provide a claim or defense to a person or persons whose exercise of religion is substantially burdened by state action; including a short title; providing definitions; and addressing applicability construction, remedies and severability. The bill went to the House Judiciary on January 26.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_Beth-Haven-Rally-CMYK.jpgBeth Haven Christian School students attended the Religious Freedom Rally held Thursday, January 28, at steps of the West Virginia State Capitol building in Charleston. The rally was in support of the West Virginia Religious Freedom Restoration Act (WV RFRA). WV RFRA, House Bill 4012, will amend the Code of West Virginia, 1931, to ensure that, in all cases where state action substantially burdens the exercise of religion, strict scrutiny is applied; to provide a claim or defense to a person or persons whose exercise of religion is substantially burdened by state action; including a short title; providing definitions; and addressing applicability construction, remedies and severability. The bill went to the House Judiciary on January 26.
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