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Missing The Most Important Part of The Story

This appears in the NYT story on the Pryor appointment:

Mr. Pryor is known for, among other things, defending the right of high school athletes to pray “spontaneously” and for his support of an Alabama state judge who posted the Ten Commandments in his courtroom and erected a monument engraved with the Commandments in the Supreme Court rotunda.

Um. Except that, as attorney general, Pryor enforced the law and both the 10 Commandments and Moore are out of the Alabama supreme court.

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