USA Today reports:
The Supreme Court delivered a major victory Tuesday to parents seeking state aid for their children’s religious school education. The court’s conservative majority ruled that states offering scholarships to students in private schools cannot exclude religious schools from such programs.
The decision was written by Chief Justice John Roberts, who has joined the liberal justices in three other major rulings this month. It was a decision long sought by proponents of school choice and vehemently opposed by teachers’ unions, who fear it could drain needed tax dollars from struggling public schools.
— Nina Totenberg (@NinaTotenberg) June 30, 2020
BREAKING: In a massive blow to state/church separation, #SCOTUS rules that states funding private secular education must also fund private religious schools.
— FFRF (@FFRF) June 30, 2020
#SCOTUS rules 5-4 that Montana’s exclusion of religious schools from state scholarship program funded by tax credits violates federal Constitution
— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) June 30, 2020