High Court rules in favor of tax credit use for religious schools

High Court rules in favor of tax credit use for religious schools

On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that funds from a Montana state scholarship program could be used toward religious school tuition thus overturning the State Supreme Court’s 2018 ruling that banned the use. Espinoza v. Montana Dept. of Revenue focused on the State’s tax credit program that provided financial incentives to those who donated to State private school scholarship programs.

Tom A
Tom A
Aswin
Aswin 2 days

“A State need not subsidize private education. But once a State decides to do so, it cannot disqualify some private schools solely because they are religious” this seems fair to me .

Kathy
Kathy 2 days

If they don’t want to cover medical procedures because of their religious principles we should not have to pay for their religious education because of our principles. This decision is against what our country and Constitution stands for. We need our courts to get back to the business of backing the law and not playing politics.

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