The Supreme Court has paved the way for parents in Maine to use vouchers to send their children to religious schools. The state banned the taxpayer-funded tuition aid from being used that way—but the high court struck down the state’s law. Our next guest gives us insight into how this affects families—both religious and not. NTD speaks to Walter Blanks Jr., press secretary for the American Federation for Children, to give us insight into how this affects families—both religious and not.
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