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California parents sue school district over "ID" class


Eleven parents have brought suit against the El Tejon School District in Lebec, California to stop it from teaching a course which promotes creationism. Attorneys from Americans United for Separation and State (AU) and the law firm Arnold and Porter are representing the plaintiffs.

AU's press release announcing the suit notes that, " On Jan. 1, the board of trustees of El Tejon Unified School District approved an elective called 'Philosophy of Design' that advocates 'intelligent design' and other concepts of creationism."

Antievolution legislation in Missouri


House Bill 1266 was introduced in the Missouri House of Representatives on January 9, 2006.

Antievolution legislation in Indiana


Antievolution legislation materialized in Indiana, but not in the form originally threatened by its sponsor. According to the Indianapolis Star (January 11, 2006), Representative Bruce A. Borders (R-Jasonville) introduced House Bill 1388 in the Indiana House of Representatives on January 10, 2006.

Reflections on Dover Trial: Padian and Matzke


NCSE president Kevin Padian and NCSE staff member Nick Matzke reflect on the outcome of Kitzmiller v. Dover in an opinion piece original to NCSE's website.

Returning to normal in Dover


With the decision in Kitzmiller v. Dover rendered, the town of Dover, Pennsylvania, seems to be returning to normal. In its meeting on January 4, 2006, the Dover Area School Board voted 7-1 not to appeal the decision.

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