Ken Klukowski is a constitutional attorney for First Liberty Institute, fighting for our religious liberties. Is it constitutional for a circuit of appeals to open its deliberations with prayer? A press release from First Liberty notes: “A local activist sued the commissioners of Jackson County [Michigan], arguing that their tradition of beginning monthly meetings with an invocation violates the First Amendment. A federal district court judge upheld Jackson County’s practice of allowing each of its nine commissioners to have rotating opportunities to deliver a voluntary invocation. A three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit reversed the lower court’s ruling in a 2-1 decision.” But now that is being appealed. Ken Klukowski joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the issue and why it matters.

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