Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam (R) may not be on board with a bill offered earlier this month that would keep elementary and middle school students from learning about religion. The legislation was proposed amidst complaints from parents and lawmakers that students were learning about too much about Islam.
"I don't know how you talk about the founding of America, and what became of the United States, without talking about religious doctrine," Haslam told reporters, according to the Associated Press. "Now, that's very different than indoctrinating, or teaching that doctrine as truth."
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