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MI-Michigan Court Approves Public Funding for Private School Mandates

Michigan court approves public funding for private school mandates

Michigan lawmakers can provide public funding to private schools to cover the “actual costs” of mandates that do not directly support student education, a divided Court of Appeals panel ruled Tuesday in a closely watched case.

In a 2-1 decision, judges William Murphy and Anica Letica ruled state funding to reimburse private schools for complying with health and safety laws is not inherently unconstitutional despite a ban on public aid for private education.

Source: www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/michigan/2018/10/16/michigan-public-funding-private-schools/1659103002/

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