Will the Supreme Court let Montana get away with anti-religious discrimination?

"Last week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear yet another important religious liberty case, Espinoza v. Montana. In this case, the state of Montana excluded religious schools from a scholarship program because of the state’s Blaine Amendment — basically an anti-religion law." - W. Examiner

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Rob Fall's picture

these Blaine Amendments\Clauses in the various state constitutions have their start in the 1870s and '80s.

Hoping to shed more light than heat..