SPARTANBURG, S.C. The chairman of a South Carolina county council says the panel will follow a 2008 law on prayer at meetings, after a Christian prayer this month drew criticism.
A 2008 law says government bodies can have a prayer by a designated chaplain, that members pray on “an objective and rotating basis” or that local religious leaders pray.
A federal court ruled in 2004 that public bodies can not name the deity of a specific religion in a prayer.
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FRANKFORT — Kentucky risks losing $42 million a year in federal transportation funds if lawmakers approve a billboard deregulation bill aimed at saving a “Hell is real” sign along Interstate 65, according to federal officials.