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Roberts pivotal as U.S. Supreme Court tackles public aid to religious schools

Reuters Wednesday, 22 January 2020
The U.S. Supreme Court appeared divided on Wednesday in a major legal battle over taxpayer funds going to religious schools, with Chief Justice John Roberts emerging as the potential pivotal vote in a Montana case that could open the door to more public aid for faith-based institutions.
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Justices appeared to be divided on whether a Montana tax law should be allowed to benefit private religious schools.

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