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June 2013 RFTCLearn more about the legislative prayer case set to be heard by the Supreme Court in the June 2013 edition of Report from the Capital (pdf). The cover story focuses on Town of Greece v. Galloway, which will bring the practice of legislative prayer before the Court for the first time in 30 years.

Also in the magazine, BJC General Counsel K. Hollyn Hollman explores how recent media coverage highlighted voluntary religion and diversity, BJC Executive Director J. Brent Walker evaluates a new work on the Founders and religious liberty, the latest trends in anti-Sharia bills are examined, and much more.

Click here to download a pdf of the June Report from the Capital.

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