Blaine Amendments versus School Choice

March 26, 2015

So-called Blaine Amendments were created to keep states from sending public funds to support Catholic education. And today, those laws foil many efforts at giving parents more choice in education. Following the premiere of the Cato Institute film, Live Free and Learn: Scholarship Tax Credits in New Hampshire, Dick Komer, a senior attorney at the Institute for Justice, described the history and trouble with Blaine Amendments.


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