JACKSON, Tenn. The United State Supreme Court will take on a case involving prayer before public meetings.
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Opponents said having organized prayer at city hall before meetings might offend someone. "I don't think people should feel it's something that they have to take part in," said Kindelberger.
"I don't like it to where government seems to show a preference toward one religion over others," said Mary Kindelberger, a Madison County resident.
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