Pittsylvania Co. Supervisors Meeting To Discuss Prayer Ruling

Pittsylvania Co., VA - Supervisors in Pittsylvania County are going to meet with their attorney this week, to see how they should proceed with the most recent development in the meeting prayer lawsuit.

Last month, a federal judge issued an injunction, saying the board could not open meetings with prayers associated with any one religion.

Then Friday, the ACLU asked the judge to order the board to pay the plaintiff's $60,000 in legal fees. Tuesday, supervisors plan to talk about their options in a closed-door meeting with its attorney in the case, state Senator Bill Stanley.