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Kindergartner sues county over Bible class

Non Profit Quarterly
By Louis Altman

Judge sued for starting courtroom sessions with prayer, chaplaincy program

Gospel Herald
By Julie Brown Patton

Atheist group sues Texas judge for opening court sessions with prayer

The Christian Times
By Jardine Malado

Gegen den Steinblock, für die Säkularisierung

Humanistischer Pressedienst
By Verena Schafflick

Group suing to end courtroom prayers

Kris TV (Corpus Christi, Texas)

Montgomery County JP court prayer brings lawsuit

Conroe Patch (Conroe-Montgomery County, Texas)
By Bryan Kirk

Courtroom prayers draw federal lawsuit against Montgomery Co. JP

Houston Chronicle (Houston, Texas)
By Gabrielle Banks

Madison-based Freedom From Religion Foundation sues Texas judge

WBay (Green Bay, Wisconsin)
By Associated Press

Nonprofit sues justice of peace over courtroom prayer practice

SE Texas Record
By John Suayan

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