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Last updated on Tuesday, August 6, 2013
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has joined 22 other attorneys general around the nation in asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling prohibiting prayer at the beginning of government meetings.
A brief written by the staffs at the Indiana and Texas attorneys general offices asks the high court to issue a ruling to provide clarity on whether the practice is legal, noting that various federal appeals courts have reached conflicting conclusions.
The brief was filed in a case involving an upstate New York town that a federal court ruled violated the constitutional ban against favoring one religion over another by opening nearly every meeting over an 11-year span with prayers that stressed Christianity.
The brief contends a Supreme Court ruling would enable governments to make informed decisions.
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