Hubbard: State leaders stand firm against ‘war on prayer’

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Posted: Monday, September 23, 2013 11:52 am | Updated: 11:55 am, Mon Sep 23, 2013.

A nationwide survey conducted by the Gallup organization and released to the media earlier this year listed Alabama as the “second most religious state” in the U.S. with 56 percent of those questioned identifying

themselves as “very religious” and another 30 percent as “moderately religious.”

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