Bill in the news:

On June 27, the U.S. Supreme Court, which held these cases at bay until it reached its decision on June 26 in Trinity Lutheran v. Comer, vacated these rulings, remanding them to the lower courts for reconsideration in light of Trinity.

This is the closest that the proponents of school choice have ever come to winning in the U.S. Supreme Court. In effect, it sends a powerful message to the 39 states that have a Blaine amendment — laws based on 19th century anti-Catholic bigotry — that they had better rethink statutes that discriminate against parochial schools in the distribution of public funds. READ MORE HERE

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