Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Indiana Supreme Court Rules Vouchers Constitutional

In a 5-0 vote, Indiana's Supreme Court found the nation's broadest voucher program to be in keeping with the Indiana state constitution, rejecting the argument that the voucher program illegally benefited religious schools. The decision clears the road for expansion of the program as proposed by Republican legislators. It appears the Republican "supermajority" in Indiana extends the the state's judicial branch. Read more about the decision here. Below is WLFI of reactions to the ruling.

Passions about voucher program higher after Supreme Court's decision

Lawmakers sound off on school voucher program being upheld