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Indiana Supremes get voucher suit

As expected, the Indiana Supreme Court will take the Indiana voucher lawsuit directly on appeal, according to a news release this morning from the court's press office:

The Court has granted a request that it take the appeal in Meredith v Daniels, the constitutional challenge to the Indiana Choice Scholarship Program, directly from the trial court.

I posted a link to the Americans United for Separation of Church and State amicus brief earlier; here's a link to the amicus brief filed by the Indiana Coalition for Public Education.

You can read the brief filed by the appellants here.

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Karen Francisco, editorial page editor for The Journal Gazette, has been an Indiana journalist since 1981. She writes frequently about education for The Journal Gazette opinion pages and here, where she looks at the business, politics and science of learning as it relates to northeast Indiana, the state and the nation. She can be reached at 260-461-8206 or by e-mail at kfrancisco@jg.net.

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