U.S. Supreme Court to decide fate of Whitehall supervisor’s prayer in spring

B y Lee Tugas

The wording of Whitehall Supervisor George Armstrong’s prayer at the start of county supervisor meetings may be pared or scrapped altogether by the U.S. Supreme Court come spring.

In fact, the wording of a lot of opening prayers of local government bodies nationwide may be pared or scrapped by the Supreme Court.

But at least Armstrong will have an author’s pride in knowing that his prayer made it into print.

In volume 35, issue 1 of “New York State Association [...]

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