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Date Set For Indiana Supreme Court Hearing In Voucher Suit

The Associated Press reports that the Indiana Supreme Court will hear arguments in the Indiana State Teachers Association suit against the state’s voucher law on Nov. 21. A lower court ruled the law was constitutional back in January. From the AP:

Opponents led by the Indiana State Teachers Association want the justices to overturn the voucher law, which has been upheld by a lower court. Opponents claim the program violates a state constitutional ban on government support of churches because it compels taxpayers to pay for schools that teach religion.

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