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Football coach's on-field prayer not protected by Constitution, appeals court rules

SAN FRANCISCO _ A Christian football coach suspended for kneeling and praying on the 50-yard line after high school games lost a bid Wednesday to be reinstated and allowed to worship in front of students.

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