State/Church FAQ

Prayers at Government Meetings

Is an Establishment Clause violation occurring at government meetings?

One of the most frequent complaints to the Freedom From Religion Foundation from the public over state/church violations concerns government officials opening government meetings with prayer.

This article is currently being edited to reflect Town of Greece. vs. Galloway decision. 

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