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State Discriminates Against Religious Schools? We’re on the Case

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October 22, 2019

In one of the most-watched cases of the new term, Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, the Supreme Court has a chance to stop the state from discriminating against students of faith by denying them access to scholarship programs—simply because they want to attend religious schools.

Watch as FLI’s Counsel, Keisha Russell, explain the details of this outrageous violation of our students’ First Amendment rights, and what we’re doing to stop it:

Protecting the rights of students and teachers across the country to live out their faith is one of the most important pieces of our mission here at First Liberty. We plan to continue adding to our long list of victories protecting religious freedom in our schools—but we can only continue doing so with your support.

Please consider joining us in the effort to give our next generation a new dawn for religious freedom in America that will last for decades to come.

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