CAPE has signed an amicus brief arguing that the United States Supreme Court should reverse a decision by the Montana Supreme Court striking down that state’s tax credit scholarship program. The Montana Supreme Court’s ruling represented the first time in American history that a state supreme court has overturned a tax credit scholarship program and was based on Montana’s Blaine provision. The amicus brief argues that the Montana Supreme Court’s decision violated the First Amendment’s Free Exercise Clause by singling out religious schools for adverse treatment. The Montana Court struck down the program because families receiving scholarships could use the scholarships to send their children to religious schools. Read the entire brief here.