(Raleigh News Observer) When they’re in session, roughly 25 members of the state House and Senate meet Monday afternoons in Room 1425 of the Legislative Building, musing on the book of James or the gospel of John in a weekly Bible study.
Sen. Neal Hunt, R-Raleigh, has often attended – squeezing 45 minutes of prayer and meditation into a hectic week of debate.
But while the members consider the teachings of Jesus, a jaw-socking legal brawl is raging in the background.
It pits two ministries – one based in Raleigh, one in California – in a battle for the souls of statehouses across the nation.
A furious string of lawsuits alleges cyber-squatting, hacking, unfair competition and deceptive trade practices.
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