Church and State Separation in Crisis

Does God Need Tax Money to Teach?

However, Justice O'Connor has more than once expressed views that seem contradictory, and she prides herself on judging one case at a time—keeping precedents in mind, but focusing on the specific facts in each case.

If the Supreme Court approves public money for pervasively religious schools, the decision may be challenged in those states—like New York—whose own constitutions provide greater separation of church and state. But the outcome is not certain.

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