By Rosalind S. Helderman and Christina A. Samuels Washington Post Staff Writers Friday, June 28, 2002; Page B01
Even as a court ruled that it is illegal for schoolchildren to recite a Pledge of Allegiance that mentions God -- and then swiftly put an indefinite hold on that decision -- Virginia schools are preparing to quietly welcome Him into every foyer.
Starting Monday, every Virginia school will be required to hang a poster with the words "In God We Trust, the National Motto, enacted by Congress in 1956," in accordance with a law signed by Gov. Mark R. Warner (D) in May.
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Lots of choice Thomas Jefferson quotes here: krasota
VA Schools Forge Ahead With National Motto
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