Washington, 1973 - HB 1021

State: 
Washington
Date introduced: 
March 12, 1973
Main sponsor: 
Representatives Pullen and Paris
Bill Number: 
HB 1021
Current Status: 
Was indefinitely postponed at the Committee on Education and was not presented for further consideration by the House of Representatives.

A bill that will not allow the teaching of evolution unless it gives equal time and resources to religious teachings. "Theistic evolution (the belief that the creator acted through the process of evolution) is not to be considered as an acceptable attempt to teach both viewpoints at once."

On March 12, 1973, Representatives Pullen and Paris intro­duced House Bill No. 1021. This bill was referred to the Commit­tee on Education where it remained. As a result, this bill was indef­initely postponed and was not presented for further consideration by the House of Representatives.