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US Supreme Court Backs Public Money for Religious Schools

The US Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that religious schools can get Maine tuition saying the state's program violates the Constitution’s protections for religious freedoms. Full Story

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It's a shame....
June 21, 2022 12:02 pm

Bh it went through but it’s a shame the yidden weren’t worthy and couldn’t pull it off. Not for fame but for the sake of Hashem and his Torah. For shame!

Bravo!
June 21, 2022 12:02 pm

Some GOOD NEWS for a change! BH! BH we still have some sanity in Washington.

lovely
June 21, 2022 12:32 pm

Hopefully this will create momentum and effect change in all states, so that taxpayer money flows back to taxpayers who *pay* for schooling instead of using the taxpayer funded public schooling system – BUT only if the school the taxpayer privately pays, is a school that the government agrees is a school, meaning – in addition to whatever religious schooling is provided, basic tools the government’s society considers standard are also taught (English, Math, Science…).

Lovely
Reply to  lovely
June 21, 2022 6:18 pm

Go back to Russia

Freedom is freedom!
I teach the way I believe.

No one should force his way against parents believe and desire.
This is the first amendment

It’s coming.
June 21, 2022 2:59 pm

If religious schools get public funding, they must now be free to attend for all students.— no doubt, MUST comply with state education regulations including curriculum, title 1 and Title 9.

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