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Prayer delivery may change at many North Carolina government meetings after Supreme Court action

June 29, 2018

[Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, North Carolina] by Tim Funk and Michael Gordon

There still will be prayers when Rowan County’s [North Carolina] board of commissioners meet, but they no longer will be led by the commissioners themselves.

That was the word Thursday from the county’s lawyers after the U.S. Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling that found the commissioners’ practice of delivering Christian prayers before their public meetings was unconstitutional.

The lower court ruling covers several states, including the Carolinas.

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