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Apr 19, 2017

Is It Okay To Ban Nonprofits From Tax-Funded Programs Solely Because They’re Religious?

Imagine bringing your child to a local private playground and encountering a person handing out safety equipment to kids. He explains that the city has instituted a program funded by community members to reduce injuries and improve the play experience for children. As an added bonus, the equipment is made from recycled materials and benefits the environment.

The next week you bring your child to school and encounter another individual, again handing out safety equipment for use on the school playground. She speaks proudly about the reduction in injuries, the increased time kids are spending on the playground, and the positive response from the community.

  • James M. Gottry
  • Case:Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer
  • adf in the news
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