A small group joins hands during National Day of Prayer activities on Halifax Mall in downtown Raleigh on May 1. The House passed a bill on June 4 that clarifies students’ rights to pray in school. Critics say the bill’s language does little to protect religious minorities.
A small group joins hands during National Day of Prayer activities on Halifax Mall in downtown Raleigh on May 1. The House passed a bill on June 4 that clarifies students’ rights to pray in school. Critics say the bill’s language does little to protect religious minorities. cseward@newsobserver.com
A small group joins hands during National Day of Prayer activities on Halifax Mall in downtown Raleigh on May 1. The House passed a bill on June 4 that clarifies students’ rights to pray in school. Critics say the bill’s language does little to protect religious minorities. cseward@newsobserver.com

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