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Iowa, 1977 - HF 154

A bill that requires any school that teaches the scientific theory of the Creation of Man to give equal time to the creation theory.

Indiana, 1977 - HB 1172

A bill that would not allow shchools to approve of any textbooks that presented theories of origins of man and the world unless equal space is given to other accounts such as the Book of Genesis, but cannot include "occult or satanical" accounts.

Kentucky, 1976 - SB 50

A bill that would give the instructor a choice of teaching creation alongside evolution, and students that accept creationism would be graded accordingly based on what the instructor teaches. 

Michigan, 1975 - SB 586

A bill that requires any school course that teaches evolution should give equal-time to the biblical story of creation.

On April 8, 1975, Senators Byker, De Grow, Zollar, and Wel-born introduced Senate Bill No. 586. This bill was referred to the Senate Committee on Education where it remained during the 1975-1976 session. S.B. No. 586 was not presented for further consideration by the Senate.

 

Washington, 1975 - HB 994

A bill that bans the teaching of evolution unless equal time is given to the creation account. 

On February 21, 1975, Representatives Bond, Paris, Schumaker, Hurley, Lee, Matthews and Curtis introduced House Bill No. 994. This bill was referred to the Committee on Education where it remained. As a result this bill was indefinitely postponed and was not presented for further consideration by the House of Representatives.

Washington, 1975 - SB 2444

A bill that bans the teaching of evolution unless equal time is given to the creation account. 

On February 7, 1975, Senators Pullen, Jolly, Lewis and Sellar introduced Senate Bill No. 2444. This bill was referred to the Commit­tee on Education where it remained. As a result this bill was indefi­nitely postponed and was not presented for further consideration by the Senate.

 

Texas, 1975 - HB 479

A bill that would not allow schools to approve textbooks that teaches about the origins of man or the world unless it specifically states that it is only a theory or give equal emphasis on other theories, including the Book of Genesis. 

On January 31, 1975, Representative Wieting introduced House Bill No. 479. This bill was referred to the Committee on Public Education on February 5, 1975, where it remained, H.B. No. 479 was not presented for further consideration by the House of Representatives.

Washington, 1974 - Initiative Measure No. 47

An initiative demanding no teaching of evolution unless equal time is given to creation.

Ohio, 1974 - SB 446

A bill amend the Revised Code to give equal time between evolution and all "major theories" of "the origin of life or the universe."

During the 110th General Assembly, Regular Session, 1973- 1974, Senator Headley introduced Senate Bill No. 446. This bill was referred to the Education and Health Committee where it remained. S.B. No. 446 was not presented for further consideration to the Senate.

 

Georgia, 1974 - HR 355

A bill to give equal time to the divine creation if evolution is being taught.  

Georgia House Resolution No. 355 was introduced by Represent­atives Toles, Wheeler, Bostick, et al. This resolution was read and adopted.

 

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