Prayer is under attack in America like never before.
Right now the ACLU is winning. A federal appeals court has banned prayer at the opening of town council meetings. But we’re taking action at the Supreme Court.
For years, county commissioners have opened meetings in prayer, inviting members of the community to join them.
But because the commissioners said Christian prayers, angry atheists and the ACLU filed a lawsuit to ban the prayers.
The ACLJ has argued these types of cases a dozen times before the Supreme Court. Prayer doesn’t violate the Constitution. In fact, the Supreme Court has repeatedly upheld legislative prayer.
But the radical ACLU won’t give up, and neither will we. We’ve helped successfully defend legislative prayer at the Supreme Court before and we’re ready to do so again. But we need you to join our critical Supreme Court brief.
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