Not Shut Down: Supreme Court Starts a New Term
Despite the government shutdown slowing almost everything in Washington, D.C. to a standstill, the Supreme Court began a new term this week – a term likely to yield some critical rulings. Already having agreed to hear Town of Greece vs. Galloway, a case involving prayer at town meetings, what else is the court likely to tackle? The contraception mandate? State-level restrictions on abortion? Adept at covering these issues at the crossroads of religion and government is Lauren Markoe, national correspondent at Religion News Service, who joins Welton this week to discuss how the justices may rule on these decisive religious cases.

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