Supporters of religion in public schools are rallying around a federalappeals court ruling in an Alabama case that says prayer is a protectedright.

But whether Tuesday’s decision is case-specific or establishes judicialliturgy for the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on prayer could hingeon a Florida case in which a three-judge federal panel barred religiousactivity at school graduations.

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