Gallwey v. Grimm

Challenge to Washington State program to provide state funds to eligible students for tuition at public or private universities, including those that are sectarian.

Simmons-Harris v. Goff

Challenge to Ohio voucher program that provided state monies for low-income children to attend parochial and sectarian schools.

Strout v. State of Maine

Opposition to parents' challenge to Maine program that allowed school districts without their own public high schools to pay tuition for students to attend nearby public and nonsectarian private schools, but not religious schools.

Toney v. Bower

Challenge to Illinois tax credit that pays for tuition and other expenses for children attending private, predominantly religious schools.

Wirzburger v. Galvin

Opposition to challenge to provisions in the Massachusetts Constitution that prohibit amending the Constitution's "Anti-Aid Amendment," which bars any public financial support for private schools.

Zelman v. Simmons-Harris

Challenge to Ohio voucher program that authorized payment of tuition costs for children in Cleveland to attend private schools, including sectarian schools.

Christianson v. Leavitt

Challenge to federal grants provided to the Northwest Marriage Institute, a faith-based organization in Vancouver, Washington, that provided Bible-based marriage counseling.

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