Legislators consider repealing law that allows Lord’s Prayer in classrooms
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Lawmakers in Concord are considering a bill that would strike language from the books that allows the Lord’s Prayer to be recited in the classroom.
New Hampshire has an obscure law, RSA 194:15-a, that says school districts can authorize the recitation of the traditional Lord’s Prayer in elementary schools. State Rep. Amanda Bouldin said it was passed in the 1970s, and she wants to see it repealed.