Missourians will vote tomorrow on an amendment to their state constitution that would guarantee them the right to pray in public.
The wording of the amendment would "ensure that any person shall have the right to pray individually or corporately in a private or public setting," and polling indicates that about 80% of Missouri voters support it. This is not surprising, given that 80% of Missourians are Christians.
But critics worry the amendment could create scenarios where people feel uncomfortable not praying, or praying according to their own religion.
We're asking our political bloggers this week what they think about Missouri's right to pray amendment -- in the meantime, we want to hear from you.
Let us know what you think of the amendment in the comments. Would you support it?