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Non-religious invocations should be allowed too

Penn Live (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)
Letter-to-the-editor by Wayne Trotta

FFRF is not an atheist group

E Missourian (Washington, Missouri)
By Sarah Maxwell

Indiana school district end prayer practice at Kindergarten graduation following atheist complaint

Christian News
By Heather Clark

Judge: Elkhart school's Christmas program didn't violate law

Bryan Times (Bryan, Ohio)

Freedom From Religion Foundation asks clerk to remove poster

Lex 18 (Lexington, Kentucky)

When a County Board’s prayer goes too far
All this bullying is not good for the economy

The Tribune Papers
By Leslee Kulba

Fourth Circuit overturns decision on prayer in meetings

Enquirer Journal (Monroe, North Carolina)

Pickens school board member encouraged by prayer ruling

The T & D (Orangeburg, South Carolina)

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