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Bill Advances to Clarify South Carolina Law for Prayers to Open Meetings

February 25, 2016

[7 News, wspa.com] by Robert Kittle

A bill that would clarify how local government bodies in South Carolina could open their meetings with prayers took its first step at the Statehouse Thursday. A Senate subcommittee passed the bill unanimously, so it now goes to a full committee. The bill says groups like city and county councils and local school boards could start meetings with invocations as long as one religion was not advanced and no one was coerced into participating….

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