Mirror of Justice

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Friday, June 28, 2019

Supreme Court grants review in Montana "Blaine Amendment" case

This could be very big news.  For more -- an older, but still worth-reading essay, by me -- on the Blaine Amendment(s), go here.  This case gives the Court to embrace what seem to me to be the obvious implications of its recent decision in Trinity Lutheran, e.g., the Constitution neither requires nor permits discrimination in the context of secular-purpose-serving social-welfare programs against religious beneficiaries and institutions.


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