Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue (2019)

This Supreme Court amicus brief was filed by FFRF on November 13, 2019. It argued against the governmental funding of religious education through a neo-voucher system that would have provided a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for donors that supported scholarships for private schools. The brief also relies on the No Aid Clause of the Montana constitution that prevents the direct or indirect payments for sectarian education.

FFRF was joined by the Center for Inquiry, American Atheists, and the American Humanist Association in filing this brief. 


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