Federal appeals court reverses decision allowing church service in New York City schools

The controversy began when the Bronx Household of

The controversy began when the Bronx Household of Faith challenged the issue. (April 4, 2014 4:54 PM)

The city will once again be able to ban churches from holding religious services in schools and other public community spaces.  

A federal appeals court has overturned a 2012 decision allowing the controversial practice. 

It all began two decades ago when the Bronx Household of Faith challenged a Department of Education ban so that it could hold services in a University Heights...

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