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American Atheists and Utah Atheists, though, aren't worried.Plans are afoot to show lawmakers the error of their unconstitutional ways by having a medley of fringe religious groups invited to deliver an invocation.

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Hatch was only halfway through his text when his 90 seconds were up.

Council members sat in silence as Hatch read his letter. "If God didn't listen when they prayed in church, why would he listen here?

Julian Hatch, of the Board of Utah Atheists, opened the Syracuse council meeting by reading from a two-page text.

In the 90 seconds he was afforded by city policy, Hatch said how one-fifth of Utahns are non-religious and live under the tyranny of religion.

"We can't bring druids in and have a ceremony sacrificing a chicken," Van Wagoner said.

"We don't want to make it a circus sideshow." The case began in 1994 when Snyder sued the city of Murray after its officials refused to let him give a proposed prayer considered by city leaders to be disparaging and disrespectful.Outside the council chambers, Hatch said atheists simply want to put a stop to bringing religion into government. " Council members were more affected by the actions of Hatch and his colleagues than by his words."We allowed them to make two statements," said Syracuse City Councilman Jon Jepperson. The other more pronounced statement was not to stand during the pledge of allegiance." Utah Atheists are currently scheduled to open the Clearfield council meeting on Jan. To allow Utah cities to continue opening council meetings with prayer, many city attorneys recommended communities have invocations or devotions on a volunteer basis.Clearfield City Recorder Nancy Dean said a person approached her about being part of the city's next council meeting.She said the opportunity is being offered on a first-come, first-served basis.Layton Assistant City Attorney Steve Garside said that if public prayer is allowed by any religious denomination to be part of an opening ceremony, then cities need to afford the same opportunity to all groups.

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