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After Oral Arguments, the Supreme Court Seems Poised to Strike a Blow to Church/State Separation

Earlier today, the Supreme Court heard the case of Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer, and as many activists feared, it looks like the Court will create a giant hole in the wall of separation between church and state.
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