The US Supreme Court concluded its term in June by allowing religious institutions access to public funds for secular purposes.

Author:Gajewski, Karen Ann
Position:WORTH NOTING - Brief article
 
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The US Supreme Court concluded its term in June by allowing religious institutions access to public funds for secular purposes. Concluding that efforts to separate church and state go too far when they deny religious institutions access to government grants for secular endeavors, the court ruled seven to two in Trinity Lutheran v. Comer that excluding churches from state programs for which other charitable groups are eligible violates the Constitution's...

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