There’s often a lot of controversy when government bodies display the Ten Commandments. This has been the case in two cities recently.
A federal appeals court in September upheld a North Carolina county’s controversial policy on government-sponsored prayer.
In Rowan County, N.C., members of the county board of commissioners open their meetings by leading the board and assembled members of the public in prayer.
The Nevada Supreme Court in September permanently blocked funding for a massive statewide school voucher program, ruling in two cases, one of which was sponsored by Americans United and its allies.