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March 17, 2000
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Student high school graduation addresses may include prayers, a U.S. appeals court ruled Wednesday. If the student rather than the school decides on the commencement message and then delivers it, the message is not state-sponsored and therefore does not violate the separation between church and state, the court said in a case that began at a Florida high school.

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