Supreme Court Upholds Prayer at Town Meetings

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The U.S. Supreme Court placed a small town in upstate New York on the right side of the law on Monday, defending the town's practice of opening public meetings with a group Christian prayer, as long as officials make efforts at inclusion. We'll discuss the ruling and the place of prayer in public spaces.


Dave Niose, legal director of the American Humanist Association and author of "Nonbeliever Nation: The Rise of Secular Americans"

Anthony Caso, associate professor at Chapman University School of Law and co-author of an amicus brief in support of the petitioner in Greece v. Gallower

Kimberly Winston, writer for Religion News Service