Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Star Ledger Editorial, politics as usual

 Editorial in The star ledger:The separation between church and state is occasionally blurred, especially with funding for parochial schools, as New Jersey often provides aid in the form of textbooks and busing for religious institutions. But this bedrock provision is clear: The state's constitution forbids subsidizing the building of facilities where religious instruction takes place. So the ACLU sued to block the Christie Administration from awarding $11 million to a rabbinical school and a ministry in 2013. Read more here.

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  1. How BMG thought they would get away with this is beyond me...

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    1. What are they different than Georgian Court that got grant money. If you read the ruling its not black and white the judges agreed there is room for interpretation.

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  2. Dear Anonymous, Georgian Court University offers secular courses, BMG does not.

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    1. Yes, and women can also study at Georgian court.

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