Excellence in Voting                         December 17, 2018

 

 

 

Montana’s high court on Wednesday struck down the state’s tax credit for school scholarships because it primarily benefited religious schools, running afoul of Montana’s Constitution.

The state program allowed donors who contributed to scholarship funds for students to reduce their state taxes by $1 for every $1 they gave to the fund.

 

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Montana Supreme Court: Tax credit that benefited religious schools is unconstitutional