N.J. school district sued over 'under...

N.J. school district sued over 'under God' in pledge

There are 2 comments on the USA Today story from Apr 21, 2014, titled N.J. school district sued over 'under God' in pledge. In it, USA Today reports that:

A family is suing a New Jersey school district and its superintendent, seeking to have the phrase "under God" removed from the Pledge of Allegiance that students recite every day.

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Freehold, NJ

#1 Apr 22, 2014
have that family's child/children say the Pledge omitting under God.
save all the attorney fees and move on
Lisa

Saint Robert, MO

#2 Apr 22, 2014
Did they not go to school in America and say the pledge , using (under God ) or are they from a foreign country ? I assume they are going to teach the child all of their beliefs . I hope they never pray to God for help . Look around , Do you think all that's on earth , was just here or was caused by a micro cell . 200 years ago , someone told you we would land on the moon or that the world would be destroyed by fire . Laughs and disbelief , but

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