OSSAA reverses policy that banned prayer at school events
The association that governs extracurricular activities for Oklahoma secondary schools on Wednesday reversed its prior decision to ban students from using public address systems for prayer during playoff athletic events.
According to the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association (OSSAA) policy obtained by KFAQ on Wednesday, The school or other organization providing the facility for an OSSAA playoff or championship event may permit a moment of silence prior to the start of all activities…
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Last summer, Rep. Bobby Cleveland of Lexington made a loud protest against the OSSAA’s extraordinary effort to silence any concerted religious behavior. Sooner Politics covered his efforts, here: Rep Bobby Cleveland Calls For Reform of OSSAA.
Cleveland said that OSSAA’s decision is a continuation of a policy that infringes on people’s right to prayer.
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