I NEED To Know Your Thoughts On Louisiana's New Law Requiring The Ten Commandments Be Displayed In All Public School Classrooms

Last week, Louisiana ushered in a new law requiring a version of the Ten Commandments to be displayed in all public school classrooms.

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The law is not only controversial—it's already facing a lawsuit from a civil liberties group representing parents of various faiths.

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And, unsurprisingly, the reaction online has been less than favorable.

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But I'm curious what you, our BuzzFeed Community, think. Do you feel the law is inappropriate because it endorses a single religion in schools without requiring the same treatment for other faiths?

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Do you feel that mandating the Ten Commandments be on display in public schools is a clear violation of church and state guidelines, and that it could provide a slippery slope to more?

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Or do you think it couldn't hurt to teach students more about religion in school as long as all religions are included?

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Whatever your thoughts may be, we want to hear from you. Tell us your thoughts on Louisana's new law and why you feel that way in the comments below. Or, if you'd like to remain anonymous, use this Google form. Your response may be featured in an upcoming post.