Joseph A. Kennedy wants to pray on the field after games, a wish that cost the Washington State high school football coach his job, and propelled him into the national spotlight.

And now, litigation heavy hitters from Miami’s Greenberg Traurig representing Florida State coaching legend Bobby Bowden, evangelicals, 13 attorneys general and others from across the country are stepping into the fray, with amicus briefs in support of Kennedy’s appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, in his fight against the Bremerton School District.


Here’s what attorneys general from 13 states wrote to the U.S. Supreme Court


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