Of course the ACLU will engage in a lawsuit.
Perhaps the real question is if the ACLU will be sued for interfering with the free exercise of religion.
Against whom? The school's ass is well covered, because they gave her specific instructions to "not" indulge in public prayer. That she chose to exercise HER right to a bit of "civil disobedience" let's them off the hook. And FIRMLY haves a loud, wet, raspberry to the ACLU.
My home state, BTW, and I'm darned proud of it (and her).
This, and the Mississippi incident on the Westboro Baptist Church's planned demonstration at a soldier's funeral shows that the grassroots is beginning to push back.
Just wondering, if during an ACLU intiated trial, does the judge make ACLU witnesses’ swear the oath with their hand on the bible?