Supreme Court Justices Appear Open-Minded As Cleveland Voucher Debate Opens

02/20/2002 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

The court this morning heard opening arguments concerning the constitutionality of allowing students to use taxpayer-funded tuition vouchers for private religious schools. Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, seen as a crucial swing vote in the case, stressed consideration of all educational options. The program could be judged constitutional, the court suggested, if students had options beyond public and religious schools.

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