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Politicians starting a meeting with prayer is free speech, S.C. Attorney General Wilson argues

Thursday, November 16, 2017
The practice of lawmakers starting their meetings with prayer should be constitutionally protected free speech, S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson says. Wilson is joining a coalition of 22 states urging the U.S. Supreme Court to protect the practice of lawmaker-led prayer at public meetings. The friend-of-the-court brief is being filed Wednesday in connection to a case out of North Carolina. “Our Founding Fathers strongly supported legislative prayer by public bodies and deeply believed in Divine Guidance to support these bodies," Wilson said in a statement.
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Attorney General announces V.A.L.O.R. program for veterans, military

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
(COLUMBIA, S.C.) – Attorney General Alan Wilson announced today a new program to help veterans, active duty military, and members of the Reserves get free legal help. The program is called V.A.L.O.R., which stands for Veterans, Active/Reserve Legal OutReach. “The legal profession has always recognized it has a moral obligation to support those who defend the freedoms we treasure,” said Attorney General Alan Wilson, who’s also a Colonel in the SC National Guard and a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. “This new program will better connect veterans and members of the military with the legal help they need and may not know where to get, or may not be able to afford.”
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