Wiccan Priestess Sues Chesterfield for Right to Pray
Should a Wiccan priestess be allowed to pray before meetings in Chesterfield County? It's a question that goes back more than a decade but is again making headlines.
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Since: Aug 12
Saint Louis, MO
#1 May 31, 2014
Sounds good to me.
#2 Jun 6, 2014
She has the right to sue. Should she? This seems more aimed at media attention and may be a bit frivolous. I can't say I am against her suit. But I can not get enthusiastic about it either.
Ken Ra Legal Wiccan Priest.
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