Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue

Today I mentioned Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue to my ‘Religion in the United States’ students and I’m happy to see that The National Constitution Center’s We The People Podcast has an episode on it already: ‘School Choice and the Separation of Church and State’. For those who haven’t heard about this case that has gone before the Supreme Court, the gist is this: ‘The lawsuit asks whether Montana violated the federal constitution when it terminated a program that gave tax breaks to people who donated to a scholarship fund, which was used by students attending both religious and secular private schools.’ The ruling ‘may have major implications for the free exercise of religion and the future of school choice and public education.’ 

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