A unanimous Pennsylvania Supreme Court struck down state’s sales tax exemption for Bibles and other religious publications, holding that a tax break expressly based on a book’s religious content is a violation of the U.S. Constitution’s ban on establishment of religion.
The justices, in an opinion by Justice Sandra Schultz Newman, affirmed the Commonwealth Court in setting aside the sales tax exemption.
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