Louisiana Attorney general Jeff Landry talks with 101.7 / 710 KEEL's Robert J Wright and Erin McCarty about the lawsuit involving Bossier Parish schools and the Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

Landry tells KEEL listeners that the non-profit organization, currently suing Bossier Parish schools over what they see as religious overreach, is "becoming more and more of an adversary." Landry says that, in referring to the recent Florida school shooting, "God was not in that school" because of those kinds of organizations.

Landry adds that Bossier Parish seems to be a lightning rod for suits of this type, saying "Parishes where the majority, the vast majority, of its citizens still embrace the Judeo-Christian principles and aren't afraid of being browbeaten by the liberal media and those on the left who insist on taking God out of our lives."

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