On the final day for rulings at the Supreme Court, a group from the Concerned Women for America, a Christian women’s activist group, shows their support as the justices ruled 7-2 for Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Mo., that churches have the same right as other charitable groups to seek state money for new playground surfaces and other non-religious needs.
On the final day for rulings at the Supreme Court, a group from the Concerned Women for America, a Christian women’s activist group, shows their support as the justices ruled 7-2 for Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Mo., that churches have the same right as other charitable groups to seek state money for new playground surfaces and other non-religious needs. J. Scott Applewhite AP
On the final day for rulings at the Supreme Court, a group from the Concerned Women for America, a Christian women’s activist group, shows their support as the justices ruled 7-2 for Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Mo., that churches have the same right as other charitable groups to seek state money for new playground surfaces and other non-religious needs. J. Scott Applewhite AP

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June 26, 2017 6:10 PM

Editorial: Supreme Court makes right decision in Missouri playground case, but church-state separation issues remain unsettled

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