The West Virginia House of Delegates advanced a bill that would create tax credits for private school tuition, even if the school openly discriminates on the basis of religion.
Bible classes offered in West Virginia’s Mercer County schools may face constitutional scrutiny after all following an appeals court ruling reversing the dismissal of lawsuit challenging the program.
A West Virginia City Council opens its meetings with recitations of the Lord’s Prayer in which the public attendees regularly join in. What could go wrong?
West Virginia’s Senate Bill 252 would require public schools to offer elective Bible courses. But recent allegations in Kentucky should give lawmakers pause.
A controversial Bible in the Schools curriculum in Mercer County, West Virginia, is not ripe for judicial review, a court ruled, while the school district reviews and modifies the program.