greece v. galloway

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court upheld the right of legislatures to open with sectarian religious prayer in the case
Chaz Stevens, a Satanist, explained to Raw Story: Just three days after the Supreme Court ruled that sectarian legislative
In a swift reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court’s Greece v. Galloway ruling on Monday, which established that opening prayers
The problem is, of course, that such prayers seem an obvious affront to the governmental neutrality toward religion that Supreme Court precedent interpreting the Establishment Clause of the first amendment requires.
When the U.S. Supreme Court talks about religion, all hell breaks loose.
Court decisions involving freedom of religion tend to be closely decided with many separate opinions rather than clear-cut
The Supreme Court is hearing a case today about whether the act of opening government meetings with official prayer is constitutional -- or if doing so steps on the First Amendment and unlawfully puts the government in the business of promoting religion.