When it ruled in favor of Cleveland's school voucher program in June, the U.S. Supreme Court may have thought it had washed its hands of the issue. But voucher advocates are molding a strategy that will bring the debate back to the high court to remove the next legal obstacle to voucher programs -- a series of 19th century constitutional provisions in dozens of states flatly banning using government funds for parochial schools.
Voucher Advocates Plan Next Push to High Court
August 5, 2002
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