The separation of church and state is a legal battleground as old as the country itself, and the wars continue.
Last year, the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals seemingly ended one such skirmish by allowing students in a predominantly Mormon community to say prayers at their public high school graduation ceremony. But that result may be nullified by a technicality.
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