The Supreme Court is hearing arguments whether prayers before government meetings violate the First Amendment. The case is being spearheaded by a Jew and an atheist who say the prayers marginalize non-Christians, while supporters of the prayer argue that it is a time-honored tradition that is still included in the federal government and should not be treated differently on the local level.
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