Supreme Court Ruling Considered Victory for Religious Freedom

Tom Venzor, the executive director of the Nebraska Catholic Conference says that yesterday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the case of Trinity Lutheran vs. Comer is a victory for religious freedom and puts a crack in the so-called Blaine Amendments that are on the books in 37 states, including a somewhat watered down version in Nebraska. In a nutshell, the ruling said that Trinity Lutheran could not be denied a state-sponsored grant to upgrade the surface of it's playground just because the school was considered a religious entity.

 
Gary Sadlemyer and KFAB's Morning News

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