The US Supreme Court will on January 22 hear a significant case on whether states may subsidise secular private education without also subsidising religious education. In Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, lawyers for the plaintiffs in Espinoza — parents who wish to keep their children in private, Christian schools — push a radical theory of the government’s obligations to religious institutions in their brief to that country’s top court.

 The US Supreme Court to take up deeply fraught case about state funding of religious schools

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