Overturn sought for church-state ruling

November 1996
Christian Century;11/20/96, Vol. 113 Issue 34, p1138
Reports on the federal government's appeal to the US Supreme Court to overturn a 1985 ruling by the justices that set limits on how federally funded remedial education for needy students is provided to pupils in religious schools. Request for the acceptance of the `Aguilar v. Felton' case filed by New York City; Background on the case.


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