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Miss. bills could lead to prayer in schools

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JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -- Supporters say bills to guarantee religious freedom in Mississippi public schools are meant to ensure students can talk about spiritual beliefs and aren't deprived of their rights. But some supporters also say the measures would legalize prayer before school audiences, and that makes people who advocate for separation of church and state uneasy. Both the state House and...

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