Thursday, April 12, 2012
Tennessee’s Anti-Science Bill Becomes Law
This time, they targeted a number of state legislatures with two categories of bills that shared nearly identical wording. This tactic saw success in Louisiana, although a number of similar bills were considered in other states. They’ve now achieved their second success — the passage of a law in Tennessee.
The state’s governor, saying the bill doesn’t “bring clarity,” has decided not to sign it. But he’s decided not to veto it either, which will allow it to become law.
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Next up for discussion - Stork Theory vs Sexual Reproduction?