Hearing in Forsyth Co. prayer case set for Nov. 20

Secularist to lead Alabama city council meeting in its first atheist ‘prayer’

Kennewick city councilman wants to start meetings with prayer to Christian God

Wash. state city councilman demands all prayers be directed to Christian God

County responds in prayer case

Greece’s prayer policy raises new questions

Atheists may not pray, Brevard (Fla.) county commissioners say

Forsyth faces opposition in removing prayer injunction

District Court says Town of Greece decision does not cover invocations offered directly by county board members

A national organization is promising pro bono legal help to keep invocations in city council meetings

Supreme Court ruling on public invocations gives atheists a prayer

After Town of Greece Supreme Court decision, school board mulling sectarian prayer policy

Interpretation of ruling on meeting prayer puts effects in question

Town of Greece decision may change how Supreme Court looks at First Amendment

Supreme Court punts on Establishment Clause case

Atheist to offer invocation in N.Y. town at the center of public prayer case

Supreme Court maintains ban on graduations in churches

School board pushes for prayer after high court ruling

Scalia’s very, very, very rare dissent: Court should have reviewed school graduation case

Forsyth County asks court to drop ban on sectarian prayers

NC county seeks to resume prayers in light of US Supreme Court decision

Elmbrook and religion as ‘hazardous waste’

Religion in America: accommodation, not coercion

The Supreme Court on Prayer

Will public prayer return? Officials discuss high court’s 5-4 decision

Prayer added to city council, county meetings following Supreme Court ruling

ADF to America: Public prayer is OK, secularist threats empty

Supreme Court still considering another big religious test case

Courts acknowledge religion protects against tyranny

After ruling, Dillsboro, North Carolina to open sessions with prayer

Brett Harvey op-ed at the National Law Journal

Supreme Court upholds public prayer

Amen! High court decision affirms constitutionality of public prayer

SCOTUS Blog Symposium: ‘Town of Greece v. Galloway’ [Updated]

Constitutional wisdom and common sense on ceremonial prayer – An important victory

US Supreme Court strongly affirms that Americans are free to pray

Most voters favor prayer, minus Jesus, at public meetings

Sectarian prayer at town council meeting? Supreme Court may decide this week | The Independent

New York town awaits ruling on moment of prayer

The Establishment Clause: An interview with Judge Guido Calabresi of the 2nd Circuit

Silence is Golden: Moments of Silence, Legislative Prayers, and the Establishment Clause | Northwestern University Law Review

Ken Klukowski: Restoring the Establishment Clause in Town of Greece v. Galloway

Supreme Court decision in prayer case expected soon

A Prayer Before Legislating | Terry Eastland at Weekly Standard

Florida: Satan worshippers denied spot next to Nativity scene

How will the court resolve the “problem” of sectarian legislative prayer? | Scott Gaylord at Constitution Daily

Should Public Prayers Be Censored by Non-Christian Groups? | Nate Kellum at Christian Post

Oregon: City delays Mingus Park cross decision

Podcast on Town of Greece v. Galloway

In North Jersey, officials await Supreme Court ruling on prayer at meetings

Public Prayer: High Court Parts the Curtain | Craig Parshall at Christian Post