Santa Fe Independent School District v. Jane Doe
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Order In The Court. The case Santa Fe Independent School District v. Jane Doe is about to begin.
We allowed the student body to elect one of their a peers to lead the students in a prayer. This student would act as a "chaplain". There is nothing wrong about that.
That is a violation of the establishment clause in the First Amendment.
After talking it over with the other justices we have concluded that sponsoring a prayer is unconstitutional. These prayers are only constitutional if or when they are student initiated. They can not be school sponsered.
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