Liberals are suing to stop public prayer! The Supreme Court heard oral arguments yesterday in the Town of Greece v. Galloway case. Groups like the ACLU are trying to claim that the 1st amendment doesn’t protect public prayer.
Unfortunately, Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne refused to submit a brief on the merits in support of public prayer.
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