Stunt activist makes push to get Bible banned in Florida schools | ABCNL

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ABC News’ Linsey Davis speaks with stunt activist Chaz Stevens about his efforts to ban the Bible across at least 63 Florida school districts to prevent “2,000-year-old ethics” from being taught.

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