When it comes to prayer at local government meetings, here’s how the law seems to be working following the Supreme Court’s 2014 Greece decision: City councils can invite local residents to deliver religious (or non-religious) invocations. Or they can have a moment of silence. Or they can do away with all that nonsense and get to work.
What they absolutely cannot do is only have Christian prayers at meetings or have a council member deliver those prayers.
In Monroeville, Pennsylvania, the city council is doing both. And now the ACLU says it will file a lawsuit: