Thursday, May 19, 2005


Pennsylvania Primary: "A Good Start"

The Rev. Warren Eshbach, a spokesman for Dover Citizens Actively Reviewing Educational Strategies -- Dover CARES -- calls the results of Tuesday's primary election a "good start."

Democrats chose the Dover CARES slate of seven candidates that oppose mentioning intelligent design in science classes to face seven incumbent Republican school board members who voted last October to require ninth-grade students to be lectured about intelligent design in biology classes.

"Our candidates believe intelligent design can be taught, but not in science," Eshbach said. "The school board's decision is against the law as it now stands."


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