ADF attorneys appeal to U.S. Supreme Court to protect school choice in Ariz.
ALLIANCE DEFENSE FUND NEWS RELEASE
ADF attorneys appeal to U.S. Supreme Court
Tuition tax credit program under ACLU attack
WASHINGTON — Alliance Defense Fund attorneys appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday, asking it to reverse a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit that declared portions of a tuition tax credit program for students unconstitutional. ADF attorneys argue that the program–which allows state residents to claim a tax credit for donations to private organizations that provide scholarships to private schools–is constitutional because the program involves individual, private choices and funding, not government action or money.
Case Name: Winn v. Garriott
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