Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue is a case about two provisions of the First Amendment that are in tension with each other: The Free Exercise Clause limits the government’s ability to deny some
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court appeared divided on Wednesday in a major legal battle over taxpayer funds going to religious schools, with Chief Justice John Roberts emerging as the potential
U.S. Supreme Court justices heard oral arguments Wednesday in what could become a landmark case over the use of public funds for religious schools, potentially blurring the line between church and state.
Washington (CNN) — Chief Justice John Roberts, who presided over Senate impeachment trial until around 2 a.m. ET Wednesday morning, was in his usual seat at the center of the Supreme Court bench at 10:00
Such a ruling could affect laws or constitutional provisions in 37 states that currently bar public funding for schools and churches. WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court seemed prepared Wednesday to rule that
The Supreme Court justices on Wednesday sounded ready to rule that states that offer scholarships or subsidies to private schools must include those operated by churches. The court’s conservatives, including
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court's conservative majority decried discrimination against religious schools Wednesday in a case that could upend bans in many states against funding religious education. Though
WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court appeared ready Wednesday to reinstate a Montana program providing state aid to religious schools, after arguments in which conservative justices cited anti-Catholic sentiment