Diverse Public Prayers, a Hallmark of America, Should Unite Us, Not Drive Us Apart
Let us pray?
“However,” explains the ACLJ, “since Marsh was decided in 1983, various courts have applied its analysis with vastly different results.” Specifically in relation to school board prayer, many courts have chosen to apply a conflicting ruling – Lee v. Weisman – which held school sponsored prayer unconstitutional, instead of Marsh. “Thus, some courts have chosen to consider school boards in the context of a public school as opposed to viewing them as deliberative bodies where prayer has been held constitutional.”
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