A school district in northern Utah on Tuesday reversed its prior decision to remove The Holy Bible from its middle and elementary schools.

The Davis School District determined the texts were appropriate for students and will now be available in all district libraries, district officials said at a board meeting on Tuesday. The reversal comes after 70 community members appealed last month’s decision to ban the Bible over claims it was not age-appropriate.

School board members voted unanimously to return the Bible to district libraries. (Excerpt from Fox News.)


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