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Under the Establishment Clause, the government still has the power to do all of the following EXCEPT a. use tax money to pay for busing students to parochial schools. b. provide public funds for
some uses in church-related schools. c. establish an acceptable voluntary prayer for use in public schools. d. exercise control over public, seasonal displays.
Under the Establishment Clause, the government still has the power to do all of the following EXCEPT c. establish an acceptable voluntary prayer for use in public schools. d. [ exercise control over public, seasonal displays. ]
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