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The U.S. Supreme Court denied a request to review a Sixth Circuit decision, keeping in place a ruling that allows legislator-led prayer.
U.S. Supreme Court

Members of Jackson County’s Board of Commissioners will officially be allowed to lead prayers at public meetings. That’s after the Supreme Court denied a request to review the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals’ previous decision, which ruled in favor of the county.  

The plaintiff, Peter Bormuth, is a self-proclaimed Pagan and Animist. He argues that commissioner-led Christian prayers violate the First Amendment.