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AGO Opinions with Topic: MAY THE STATE LEGISLATURE APPROPRIATE MONEY FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF A CHAPLAIN AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF A CHAPEL AT THE STATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS?
AGO 1954 No. 356 >  December 3, 1954
MAY THE STATE LEGISLATURE APPROPRIATE MONEY FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF A CHAPLAIN AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF A CHAPEL AT THE STATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS?
MAY THE STATE LEGISLATURE APPROPRIATE MONEY FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF A CHAPLAIN AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF A CHAPEL AT THE STATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS? The State School for Girls was intended by the Legislature to be an institution of a reformatory character, and is not within the prohibition of Article I, Section 11, of the State Constitution as amended; and is within the proviso of the constitutional amendment, enabling the Legislature to employ a Chaplain for state reformatories and, by implication, to provide such Chaplain with the means of rendering religious services.
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