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- A student picks out a free Bible from a display in the courtyard at Golden Gate High School on Thursday, Jan 16, 2014, in Naples. As part Religious Freedom Day, the Collier County School District allowed religious groups to make religious literature available to students. The groups were allowed to setup tables with the literature but were not allowed to be present around students.

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DAVID ALBERS/STAFF - A student picks out a free Bible from a display in the courtyard at Golden Gate High School on Thursday, Jan 16, 2014, in Naples. As part Religious Freedom Day, the Collier County School District allowed religious groups to make religious literature available to students. The groups were allowed to setup tables with the literature but were not allowed to be present around students.

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- A student picks out a free Bible from a display in the courtyard at Golden Gate High School on Thursday, Jan 16, 2014, in Naples. As part Religious Freedom Day, the Collier County School District allowed religious groups to make religious literature available to students. The groups were allowed to setup tables with the literature but were not allowed to be present around students.
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- Golden Gate High School senior Francesca Vecchitto looks through a variety of free Bibles and religious literature at a table in the school's courtyard on Thursday, Jan 16, 2014, in Naples. As part Religious Freedom Day, the Collier County School District allowed religious groups to make religious literature available to students. The groups were allowed to setup tables with the literature but were not allowed to be present around students.
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- Golden Gate High School teacher Matthew Dembrow chats with student Carlos Garcia about sports while looking at a variety of free Bibles and religious literature at a table in the school's courtyard on Thursday, Jan 16, 2014, in Naples. As part Religious Freedom Day, the Collier County School District allowed religious groups to make religious literature available to students. The groups were allowed to setup tables with the literature but were not allowed to be present around students.
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- Golden Gate High School seniors Fabiana Acebey, left, and Yrline Seraphin look at a variety of free Bibles and religious literature at a table in the school's courtyard on Thursday, Jan 16, 2014, in Naples. As part Religious Freedom Day, the Collier County School District allowed religious groups to make religious literature available to students. The groups were allowed to setup tables with the literature but were not allowed to be present around students.
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- Doug Ball, a volunteer with the Celebration Metropolitan Community Churches, collects leftover literature from a table in the courtyard of Golden Gate High School on Thursday, Jan 16, 2014, in Naples. As part Religious Freedom Day, the Collier County School District allowed religious groups to make religious literature available to students. The groups were allowed to setup tables with the literature but were not allowed to be present around students.
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- Philip Morlock, left, and Jerry Pilon, members of the Golden Gate Assembly of God, collect leftover Bibles and religious literature from a table in the courtyard of Golden Gate High School lunch on Thursday, Jan 16, 2014, in Naples. As part Religious Freedom Day, the Collier County School District allowed religious groups to make religious literature available to students. The groups were allowed to setup tables with the literature but were not allowed to be present around students.
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- Philip Morlock, left, and Jerry Pilon, members of the Golden Gate Assembly of God, collect leftover Bibles and religious literature from a table in the courtyard of Golden Gate High School lunch on Thursday, Jan 16, 2014, in Naples. As part Religious Freedom Day, the Collier County School District allowed religious groups to make religious literature available to students. The groups were allowed to setup tables with the literature but were not allowed to be present around students.

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