Louisiana’s Unconstitutional Creationism Law Will Remain
Louisiana’s Creationism Law was enacted in 1981, and ruled unconstitutional by Louisiana Supreme Court in 1987. It remains on the books, despite the ruling. A bill to repeal was introduced by by Republican Sen. Dan Claitor. The Associated Press reports, senators voted 32-5 on Monday against repealing the law, which also prohibits teaching evolution as scientific fact. The law cannot be enforced.