Pastor, Church & Law
compelling state interest
Equal Access Act
public welfare legislation
religion of secularism
- Understand the Supreme Court's interpretation of the First Amendment religion clauses in a variety of contexts, including
- aid to religious schools
- released time programs
- prayer and Bible readings in public schools
- church property tax exemptions
- compulsory attendance requirements
- tax credits to parents with children in private schools
1. Your state legislature is considering a bill that would reimburse parents for the cost of transporting their children to public and private elementary and secondary schools. A taxpayer claims that such a law would ...
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