September 2012 Church & State | People & Events

A story about two women who won a court battle over sectarian prayers at their town board meetings (“Church-State Odyssey in Greece,” July/August 2012 Church & State) incorrectly stated that the property of one of the plaintiffs, Susan Galloway, had been vandalized. In fact, the home of the other plaintiff, Linda Stephens, was vandalized. The story also suggested that those attending board meetings were asked to stand for prayers every time. In fact, this only occurred one time.