In this file photo, Tennessee state representative Bo Watson, center, participates in a legislative roundtable at the Times Free Press with Dewayne Bunch, left, and Eric Stewart. Watson, R-Hixson, has introduced a bill that critics say will undercut the teaching of evolution in Tennessee schools.
In this file photo, Tennessee state representative Bo Watson, center, participates in a legislative roundtable at the Times Free Press with Dewayne Bunch, left, and Eric Stewart. Watson, R-Hixson, has introduced a bill that critics say will undercut the teaching of evolution in Tennessee schools.
published Wednesday, March 30th, 2011
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NASHVILLE — Sen. Bo Watson said Wednesday his bill letting teachers discuss “weaknesses” in “controversial” scientific theories in the classroom is not an attack on evolution, but critics denounce as a backdoor effort to undercut teaching of it in Tennessee public schools.

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