BREAKING: Supreme Court rules Maine violated free exercise of religion with voucher program ban

Today the Supreme Court ruled that the state of Maine violated the first amendment, with respect to free exercise of religion, when they banned public voucher program funds from being used to send children to religious schools.

In this case Roberts sided with the 6-3 conservative majority and wrote the opinion:

This is great news because it means states can no longer discriminate against Christian schools when it comes to education. That was the issue before the court, with the parents who brought the lawsuit wanting to send their children to both a Christian school and a Jewish academy.

Here’s the summary of the opinion:

You can read the full opinion here.

The next day for Supreme Court cases will be Thursday morning. There are only 13 cases left to release and, as always, I’ll be monitoring it live for the Dobbs (Roe v Wade) or Bruen (2nd amendment) cases.

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