Supreme Court appears split on Montana’s ban on vouchers for religious schools
January 23, 2020
CWN Editor's Note: The Becket Fund has published background information on the case. “The case before the Supreme Court today concerns whether the Constitution offers states a license to discriminate against religion,” the USCCB said in a statement. “It is about whether our nation will continue to tolerate this strain of anti-Catholic bigotry. Blaine Amendments, which are in 37 states’ constitutions, were the product of nativism … We hope that the Supreme Court will take this opportunity to bring an end to this shameful legacy.”The above note supplements, highlights, or corrects details in the original source (link above). About CWN news coverage.
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