KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- - Voters have endorsed a state constitutional amendment that permits public prayer and allow students to avoid assignments which violate their religious beliefs.
The statewide ballot measure on prayer followed similar debates by Missouri lawmakers in recent years.
The current measure easily cleared the state House and the Senate last year, and voters overwhelmingly gave their blessing.
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