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July 05 09:34 AM

Whittington tells government ‘no’ to prayer removal

Recently, the federal government threatened to cut off funding to the parish’s Young Marines program. The reason? “We’re being de-funded, as they termed it, simply because we have voluntary prayer, and then the young people recite the Marine Obligation,” which also mentions God, Whittington said.
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