Government school asks kids to justify repealing amendments from the Bill of RightsPolice State USA
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BRYANT, AR — A school district in Arkansas delivered a controversial assignment to 6th grade students. The assignment asked them to pretend to be on a government panel tasked with dissecting and revising the “outdated” Bill of Rights.