“At the end of the day, do I think there will be a legal challenge?” she was quoted as asking at God Discussion. “Yes, which is unfortunate, because it is not the governor or the legislature that will get sued but the individual school districts and that’s not a very good way for them to spend their limited education dollars.”
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However, Governor Ryan has stated in the media that his state is prepared to fight any potential lawsuit filed against the bill. He told the New York Times that he would “be honored” to spend taxpayer dollars to defend the religious freedoms of the residents of his state. He also stated that he believes the state is on firm legal ground in providing the opportunity for limited religious expression in public schools.