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Students’ opinions on religious freedom law

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Students’ opinions on religious freedom law

Emma Scott, Mia Sinha, Matt Simpson, and Rachel Spragins

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Emma Scott, News Editor

Emma Scott is a senior at Oxford High School. She is in her third-year on the Charger staff and her second-year of being the News Editor. Emma has lived...

Mia Sinha, Associate Editor, Opinions Editor

Mia is a senior at OHS. She has been on The Charger newspaper staff for three years and is the Associate Editor as well as an Opinions Editor. Mia enjoys...

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Students’ opinions on religious freedom law