The South Carolina Department of Public Safety said Thursday it would no longer hand out copies of 'A Time to Grieve' after an Anderson resident complained about the book's religious content.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety said Thursday it would no longer hand out copies of 'A Time to Grieve' after an Anderson resident complained about the book's religious content. Contributed by American Humanist Association
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety said Thursday it would no longer hand out copies of 'A Time to Grieve' after an Anderson resident complained about the book's religious content. Contributed by American Humanist Association

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January 05, 2017 9:12 PM

Troopers to stop handing out religious grief book after Anderson atheist complaint

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