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Mohawk "Prayer" Banned in Schools

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A federal judge ruled last week that reciting the pledge of allegiance in public schools was unconstitutional. Meanwhile, here at home, another legal battle is waging over a different morning recital in the classroom. The Salmon River School District banned a traditional Mohawk recitation of thanksgiving. They say it's a prayer and doesn't belong on school time. Parents are suing, saying their "morning message" is not a prayer at all. Gregory Warner reports.

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