New legislation in Texas, dubbed the â€śMerry Christmas Law,â€ť allows public school students and teachers to dress in Christmas-themed clothes and greet each other with the saying â€śMerry Christmas.â€ť The law, backed by social conservative groups who say they want to fend off the political correctness, also covers Hanukkah. The â€śMerry Christmas Lawâ€ť will allow students and teachers to sing songs, and put up trees and other decorations, as long as their actions donâ€™t encourage adherence to particular beliefs. The law was approved almost unanimously by the Texas legislature earlier this year. Should more states enact such a law to protect these traditions? Or should religion be kept out of schools to protect separation of church and state?