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What is your opinion on the ‘Santa Claus ban’ in classrooms around the country?

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Posted: Monday, December 12, 2011 12:00 am

Asked by News-Sentinel photographer Ian Jonsson at the Lodi Post Office
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“I don’t think Santa should be banned. I can’t see how Santa is offensive.” “I am unaware of it; it’s odd.” “They’re just kids; Santa gives them something to look forward to.” “I think it is ridiculous. Santa Claus has been a tradition for a long time. If it makes kids happy, then it shouldn’t be taken away from them.” “i think that Santa Claus isn’t a religious symbol, and he should stay.”

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