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Atheists Drop Prayer Ban Request in Lawsuit Against Md. County

June 5, 2014

Atheist plaintiffs have dropped their request for a temporary ban on sectarian prayers in Carroll County, Md., instead requesting a federal judge to make a final decision on the lawsuit they filed last year.

 



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