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Supreme Court approves town council's Christian prayers

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A divided Supreme Court opened the door for more public prayer Monday, as it ruled that meetings in an upstate New York town can begin with a Christian invocation. The 5-4 decision means the town council of Greece can continue to invite religious figures in its community to lead prayers at the start of its monthly meetings. A lawsuit argued the prayers have been overwhelmingly Christian and...

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