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Supreme Court Reverses Pledge Case: School Children Can Still Recite the Pledge!

ANN ARBOR, MI: The United States Supreme Court released its opinion in the controversial Pledge of Allegiance case this morning, holding that atheist Michael Newdow did not have proper legal standing to bring the lawsuit on behalf of his elementary school daughter. In so doing, the Court sidestepped the question whether the patriotic oath violated the Establishment Clause of the Constitution because of the phrase "one nation, under God."

As a result of this morning's decision, millions of schoolchildren across the country will be allowed to continue the practice of beginning their day by reciting the Pledge.

Today's ruling overturns a U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision two years ago that held it is unconstitutional for school children to recite the Pledge. Justice Stevens writing for the Court stated, "When hard questions of domestic relations are sure to affect the outcome, the prudent course is for the federal court to stay its hand rather than reach out to resolve a weighty question of federal constitutional law." Newdow is involved in a protracted custody battle with his daughter's mother in the California state courts.

Commenting on today's decision, Richard Thompson, Chief Counsel of the Law Center said,

 "Because the Court avoided deciding the Pledge case on its merits, the ACLU and other anti-religious organizations will undoubtedly find a new plaintiff to again challenge the Pledge. The Thomas More Law Center stands ready to defend at no charge any school district so sued."

Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, joined by Justices Sandra Day O'Connor and Clarence Thomas, concurred in the result, but wrote separately to explain that it is constitutional for public school students to recite the phrase "under God" while saying the Pledge.

The Thomas More Law Center and its Western Regional Office in Rancho Santa Fe, California, filed a friend of the court brief in the Supreme Court supporting the Pledge on behalf of the Law Center's members and the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights.

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