(Oklahoma City-AP) -- Attorneys general from all 50 states want the Supreme Court to ratify the Pledge of Allegiance. They're asking the high court to reverse an appellate decision that says reciting the Pledge in public schools is unconstitutional because of its reference to God. Meeting in Oklahoma City with the National Association of Attorneys General, Idaho's top law enforcement official says the states aren't trying to break new legal ground. He says earlier Supreme Court rulings said the Pledge does not endorse a particular religious belief, and the states want those rulings affirmed. Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson says, if allowed to stand, the ruling could lead to the removal of the words "In God We Trust" from coins and currency and forbid the singing of "God Bless America."