(FOX NEWS) Missouri residents will vote Tuesday on a proposed amendment to the state constitution that proponents say will help ensure the right to pray in public.

The proposed amendment is on a statewide ballot and is expected to pass by a wide margin, according to a recent poll.

Critics say the right to pray is already protected under the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.

 

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