In a case carrying significant consequences for school choice, the Montana Supreme Court heard oral arguments April 6 on whether the state’s tax credit scholarship program is permitted to exclude benefits for families choosing religious schools. The high-profile case involves a web of constitutional clauses, including the Free Exercise Clause of the U.S. Constitution and, of course, the state’s Blaine Amendment.

Read more about the case and its national implications in the May issue of CAPE Outlook.