Private Schooling Wins

Supreme Court Answers the Call From Montana. In Espinoza v. Montana the funding for education was challenged. Over multiple years the effort to ensure that funding for education was not kept away from private and religious education opportunities fell short.

Montana Legislature took multiple attempts at correcting an action that has been perceived as discrimination in the education process.

The application of the no-aid provision discriminated against religious schools and the families whose children attend or hope to attend them in violation of the Free Exercise Clause of the Federal Constitution.

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Published by Tim Ravndal

Montana Patriot Standing On The Front Lines Against Corruption and Tyranny

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