In a sense, Doe v. Santa Fe I.S.D., the landmark school prayer case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court March 29, marked a national coming out party for Texas Attorney General John Cornyn. It was the second time Cornyn argued before the high court. In November, he argued a criminal case, Carmell v. State, which marked the first time a Texas AG had appeared before the Supreme Court since John Hill in the mid-1970s.

But Santa Fe is on an entirely different level than Carmell — it would have been easier to name the national media outlets that did not cover the school prayer case.

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