Mo. Voters Approve Public Prayer Amendment

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Missouri voters approved a constitutional amendment allowing public prayer.

The ballot measure specifically allows prayer before government meetings, as well as letting people pray in public so long as they don't disturb the peace.

The measure also gives students the right to opt-out of school assignments that violate their religious beliefs. In addition, it requires schools to post the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

Supporters say the amendment will protect students and ensure free speech.

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