Court dismisses National Day of Prayer challenge

April 28, 2011

WASHINGTON — The law calling for an annual National Day of Prayer imposes solely on the duties of the U.S. president, leaving private citizens no legal standing to challenge it, a federal appeals court ruled April 14. The unanimous decision overturns a 2010 lower court ruling that found the law unconstitutional. The ruling comes just …
[Read More]

Login Here If you're already a TAB subscriber

Click Here To become a TAB subscriber

  • David Garrard Magic