For sheer dramatic impact, the oral arguments March 29 in Santa Fe Independent School District v. Doe will be hard to beat.

It has football, religion, a touch of legal heroism, and even a dose of presidential politics. Texas Attorney General John Cornyn, representing Gov. George W. Bush, will join veteran advocate Jay Sekulow in arguing for the apparently fundamental right to recite prayers before public school football games.

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