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Montana Supreme Court Strikes Down Religious School Tuition Tax Credits

The Montana Supreme Court invalidated the state’s tuition tax credit on Wednesday ending a program that allowed taxpayers to fund scholarships for private schools, most of which are religious-based.

Under Montana’s tuition tax credit program – passed by the state Legislature in 2015 – taxpayers could donate up to $150 towards scholarships for students attending private schools – the majority of which are religious in Montana – and then receive a $150 credit on their tax bills.

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