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Tennessee, 1931 - HB 675


A bill designed to repeal HB 185 antievolution law, passed in 1925.
 

Tennessee, 1929 - HB 92


A bill designed to repeal HB 185 antievolution law, passed in 1925.
 

On January 15, 1929, Representative C. R. Morse introduced House Bill No. 92. This bill passed the first reading but a motion was made on January 16, to table H.B. No. 92. This bill was tabled by voice vote without being referred to a committee. H.B. No. 92 was not presented for further consideration by the House of Representatives.

Texas 1929 - HB 90

A bill to prevent teaching "as a fact that mankind evolved from a lower order of animals." Those who violated the bill would be charged a misdemeanor, fined and forced to vacate their position at the school. An attempt was made to rush the bill by calling the situation stated "creates an emergency and an imperative public necessity," trying to suspend further readings before being voted upon.

Arkansas, 1928 - Referendum Petition

A bill to ban the teaching of "the theory or doctrine that mankind ascended or descended from a lower order of animals." Violators would be charged a misdemeanor, fined and force to leave his position at the school.  

Alabama, 1927 - HB 1103

A bill to focus on preventing textbooks and teaching from textbooks that support evolution. Violators would be charged with a misdemeanor and would be fined and could be jailed.

Alabama, 1927 - HB 969

A bill to prohibit the teaching of evoluion and to penalize violators.

Florida, 1927 - HB 87

A bill to "prohibit the teaching as fact any theory that denies the existence of God, that denies the divine crea­tion of man, or to teach in any way atheism or infidelity , and to prohibit the use or adoption for use of any text book which teaches as fact any theory that denies the existence of God, that denies the divine creation of man, or that teaches atheism or infidelity , or that contains vulgar, obscene, or indecent matter, and provid­ing a penalty for the violation thereof." Violators would be fined.

Minnesota, 1927 - HB 837

A bill to ban "the teaching that mankind either descended or ascended from a lower order of ani­mals and the adoption or use of text-books which teach that mankind either descended or ascended from a lower order of animals in all the public schools, colleges, state teacher's colleges, and University of Minnesota." Violators would be charged a misdemeanor and fined.

Minnesota, 1927 - SF 701

A bill to ban "the teaching that mankind either descended or ascended from a lower order of ani­mals and the adoption or use of text-books which teach that mankind either descended or ascended from a lower order of animals in all the public schools, colleges, state teacher's colleges, and University of Minnesota." Violators would be charged a misdemeanor and fined.

Maine, 1927 - HP 834

A bill to prevent state-funded schools from "the teaching that man descended or ascended from a lower order of animals." nyone in violation would be fined, charged with a misdemeanor, and forced to vacate thier position in the institution.

On February 17, 1927, Representative Henry F. Roy introduced House Paper No. 834. This bill was referred to the Com­mittee on Education which returned H. P. No.834 on April 1, with a recommendation that the bill should not pass. H.P. No. 834 was not presented for further consideration by the House of Representatives.

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