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Supreme Court To Potentially Rule on Religious Neutrality

January 18th, 2016 Visited 1044 times, 2 so far today

The church involved in the case was denied access to a state program in Missouri that provides playground surface rubber made from old tires.  The refusal was based on a state constitutional provision barring any public funds going to religious groups.   The new case has the potential for a major interpretation of what neutrality involving religion means for public benefits.

Quoted from The Supreme Court took a case about shredded tire playground mulch and religion.

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