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The playground at Trinity Lutheran Church in Columbia, Missouri, was at the center of a Supreme Court ruling that churches have the same right as other charitable groups to seek state money for new playground surfaces and other non-religious needs. (AP file photo)
The playground at Trinity Lutheran Church in Columbia, Missouri, was at the center of a Supreme Court ruling that churches have the same right as other charitable groups to seek state money for new playground surfaces and other non-religious needs. (AP file photo)

Supreme Court, religion and school choice

Editor's note: This article, distributed by The Associated Press, was originally published on The Conversation website. The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. The Supreme Court recently decided that Trinity Lutheran Church should be eligible for a Missouri state grant covering the cost of recycled playground surfaces. Though ...

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