U.S. Supreme Court considering Pledge and First Amendment rights

The U.S. Supreme Court today is reviewing the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals' decision that the reference to God in the Pledge of Allegiance violates the constitutional ban on Congress establishing laws that respect an establishment of religion. In his appeal, U.S. Solicitor General Theodore Olsen argued that the Pledge's reference to God does not promote a state church and instead acknowledges the country's religious heritage.

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