Tired of hearing stories about NJ schools banning Christmas recitals or Christmas celebrations because it isn't "politically correct?" Well, there is new legislation that could put an end to that and let schools celebrate as they see fit.

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Jim has been discussing a new measure being sponsored by Assemblyman Ron Danger that would allow a school district to display on school property scenes or symbols associated with traditional winter celebrations, including a Menorah or a Christmas image, such as a nativity scene or Christmas tree, as long as the display includes a scene or symbol of more than one religion or one religion and at least one secular scene or symbol.

Maybe through this measure, that we could stop all the "banning" of Christmas celebrations in New Jersey Schools. We have become so politically correct, that we don't even let our children celebrate the joys of the season, regardless of whether they celebrate Christmas, Chanukah or any other religious holidays.