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Court ruled today Montana cannot exclude religious schools. From its school choice program, Montana Public Radio's Aaron Bolt in reports in 2018 the state Supreme Court invalidated a school choice program because it allowed religious private schools to receive scholarship money subsidized by state tax credits. The court said that violated the state's constitution, but in a 5 to 4 ruling The U. S. Supreme Court said that decision discriminated on religious grounds. Tim Keller with the Institute for Justice, which litigated the case on behalf of three Montana families, says the decision impacts 36 states with similar constitutional provision. 14 of those prohibited

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