Voters React to Ten Commandments Mandate in Schools

Sam Wang
By Sam Wang
June 20, 2024Capitol Report

Starting next year, public schools in Louisiana will be required to display the Ten Commandments in all classrooms. Some civil rights groups are already preparing lawsuits while claiming this would violate the establishment clause in the First Amendment. But supporters of the bill say this isn’t about religion and the Ten Commandments encompass values embraced by all walks of life. NTD was out at the National Mall to find out what the folks think about the new measure.