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NY Judge Strikes Down Non-Citizen Voting Law; Coach Kennedy Wins Prayer Case in Supreme Court | NTD Evening News

The New York Supreme Court on June 27 struck down a New York City law that allowed non-citizens to vote in local elections. In what’s regarded by many as a win for religious freedom, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the religious rights of Coach Joesph Kennedy, the football coach who would pray at the 50-yard line after games, were violated when he was fired over his prayers.

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