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Indiana lawmaker wants Lord's Prayer in schools

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- A Republican state senator is pushing for Indiana's public school students to start the school day by reciting the Lord's Prayer amid what he calls an "attack" on religion in the schools. Senate education committee chairman Dennis Kruse of Auburn filed legislation this week that would allow school districts to require the prayer to be recited. It would grant broad...

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