A 23,000-mile, 100-day national bus tour that began in Pennyslvania on May 31 will arrive in Colorado on Sunday, with the aim to mobilize support for Gov. John Hickenlooper's appeal in the Supreme Court against a court's decision that struck down gubernatorial prayer proclamations.
The Pray For America Rally Tour will begin a 5-day mobilization effort to save the Colorado National Day of Prayer when it reaches Colorado Springs on Sunday, National Day of Pray Task Force, which commissioned the tour, said in a statement on Friday.
Mobilizing support is crucial as amicus brief filings are now being allowed after the Colorado Supreme Court recently accepted Attorney General John Suthers' petition for Certiorari to appeal the Colorado Court of Appeals' May 2012 decision that struck down governor's prayer proclamations. An amicus brief is a document that is filed in a court by someone who is not directly related to the case under consideration but can assist the court. Certiorari is an order sent from a higher court to a lower court to review and get documents related to a case.
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