'Under God' Doesn't Offend Constitution, Court Rules

, The National Law Journal

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Massachusetts' highest court ruled Friday that leading students in the U.S. pledge of allegiance—including the words “under God”—does not violate the state constitution’s equal-protection clause or a state law barring religion-based discrimination in the public schools.

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