Legal Limits May Be Clarified By Supreme Court On Public Prayer In Government Meetings

Robert E. Scott Distinguished Professor of Law, and Professor of Religious Studies, Douglas Laycock

We think both sides of the court have endorsed these two concepts that government cant coerce people and that government prayers must be nonsectarian. In its 1983 conclusion in Marsh v.
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