ACLU Forces Jesus Portrait Out of Ohio School


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A Jesus portrait at one Ohio school, that sparked controversy and a lawsuit, is coming down.

The Jackson City School District agreed to remove the picture from its high school after a hearing in federal court in Columbus Tuesday.

There wasn’t a court order.

But Superintendent Phil Howard says it decided to have the picture taken down after its insurance coverage was denied for the legal battle.

The decision comes one day after the ACLU of Ohio and Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a temporary restraining order to have the portrait removed from the high school.



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