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Texas School Bans Christmas Trees

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Bah Hum Bug! An elementary school in Frisco, Texas has banned Christmas trees and the colors red and green from an upcoming ‘winter’ party at the school.Children who attend the Nichols Elementary School ‘Winter Party’ will not be able to make any reference to Christmas or any other religious holiday. Christmas trees and the colors red and green have also been banned.

Texas state representative Pat Fallon authored ‘The Merry Christmas Law’ in Texas that Governor Rick Perry signed into law. The law is designed to permit Christmas-themed celebrations, events and displays. There are no criminal penalties for violating ‘The Merry Christmas Law’.

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