US Supreme Court to Hear Religious Schools Case: 'States Cannot Base Laws on Hostility to Religion'

June 28, 2019

The US Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear the case involving a Montana program that gives tax credits to people who donate to private-school scholarships.   

The state's highest court had struck down the program, claiming it violated the state's constitutional ban on state aid to religious organizations.

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