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Religious schools: Supreme Court conservatives skeptical of Maine’s school curriculum

“The First Circuit recognized that Maine cannot discriminate against students or schools for being religious,” Bindas said, but he held that “the state is perfectly free to discriminate against students or schools because they do religious things, like teaching or receiving instruction in religion. ” (Retired Supreme Court Judge David Souter, who often hears cases at Circuit 1, was on the panel.)


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