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Despite lawsuit threat, school board in one Arkansas city to resume prayer at meetings

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Little Rock, Arkansas)
By Bill Bowden

Motions filed in Bayview Park cross lawsuit


Pensacola News Journal (Pensacola, Florida)
By Jim Little

Harrison school board to continue praying at meetings


Ozarks First (Springfield, Missouri)
By Grant Sloan

School’s Bible class goes to court

Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise / The Washington Post (Bartlesville, Oklahoma)
By Joe Heim

Almost heaven, West Virginia: How to cover dispute over Bible classes in public schools the right way

Get Religion
By Bobby Ross Jr.

A WV school district may be forced to end its 75-year-old Bible indoctrination classes for kids

Friendly Atheist
By Hemant Mehta

Can public schools teach the Bible? One West Virginia school is being sued for its program

By Karen Fratti

West Virginia county heads to court over public school Bible study program

By Madeleine Davies

To Tell The Truth

The Roanoke Star (Roanoke, Virginia)
By Hayden Hollingsworth

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