Supreme Court keeps "under God" in Pledge

In a vote yesterday, the Supreme Court preserved the current Pledge of Allegiance by dismissing a suit brought by an atheist father seeking to bar in public schools the Pledge's reference to God. By finding that Michael A. Newdow could not represent his daughter because he was not her legal custodian, the justices avoided directly ruling on the constitutionality of the phrase.

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