WESTMINSTER, Md. (AP) — The Carroll County Commissioners aren’t yet resuming Christian prayer at their public meetings despite court action that apparently allows it.

Board President Dave Roush opened Tuesday’s meeting in Westminster with a prayer to the “God of us all,” a generic deity. Roush said the five commissioners will discuss the matter during their public meeting Thursday.

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The board voted in April to suspend its practice of rotating opening prayers among the five commissioners, some of whom preferred prayers invoking Jesus Christ. The board’s decision conformed with a court order in a lawsuit that is pending in U.S. District Court in Baltimore.

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The judge lifted the preliminary injunction Monday, shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court approved of Christian prayers said by clergy at public meetings in the town of Greece, N.Y.

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