From No Aid To Must Aid: A Pending U.S. Supreme Court Case Could Compel States To Pay For Religious Education

Liz Hayes

In the coming months, private school voucher advocates will go before the U.S. Supreme Court in an attempt to connect a church preschool’s playground in Missouri to a private Christian school in Montana. Depending on whether and how that connection is made, the justices could issue a decision that protects the religious freedom of Montana taxpayers – or they could further erode the separation of religion and government not just in Montana, but in three-quarters of U.S. states.

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