The US Supreme Court has held in a 5-4 decision that Montana unconstitutionally excluded religious schools from a program that offered tax credits matching contributions to private, nonprofit scholarships. Montana's high court previously struck down the program, saying it violated the state constitution by providing public money to help fund tuition at religious schools.
SCOTUS: Scholarship program can't bar religious schools
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