Central Coast cities are reacting to Monday's Supreme Court ruling that prayer before city council meetings are constitutional. The Court said the prayers don't violate the separation of church and state if they are ceremonial and don't spread a religious faith. The Pismo Beach City Council voted to stop prayer before its meetings a couple of weeks ago after it was sued by the Freedom From Religion Foundation. Pismo Mayor Shelly Higginbotham says the Supreme Court ruling will not change the council’s decision. Santa Maria Mayor Alice Patino applauded the decision, telling KSBY that they’re not trying to convert anyone and it puts everyone in a great state of mind. The Freedom From Religion Foundation plans to file more anti-prayer lawsuits against California cities, which they haven’t identified yet.