Divided Supreme Court Blesses Town's Opening Prayer

, The National Law Journal

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Local governments struggling with whether their common practice of opening meetings with prayer crosses a constitutional line should breathe much easier following the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on Monday.

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Originally appeared in print as Divided Court Upholds Prayer at Town's Legislative Meetings

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  • w. adam mandelbaum

    In the name of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, I wish to congratulate the SCOTUS on this BOGUS decision. C‘mon, why don‘t we just get rid of that pesky First Amendment, and stop all of this controversy?

  • John Hancock

    Interesting to see that compliance with the Constitution and the amendments thereto is optional, in the majority‘s apparent opinion.

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