On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments in what could be an important case in the area of Church-State separation, ignited by a challenge to one New York town’s relentlessly sectarian opening prayer at public meetings. The case is Town of Greece v. Galloway, with the Alliance Defending Freedom representing the suburban upstate community in an appeal to a lower court ruling. The plaintiffs are represented by Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. Interfaith Alliance Deputy Director for Public Policy Arielle Gingold was in the courtroom, and gives us her insights on why this case is important to those concerned with religious freedoms.

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