Montana residents: PLF is interested in sharing your stories on school choice
As readers of this blog know, PLF will be challenging Montana regulations that impede the ability of Montana parents to send their children to religious private schools. I was in Helena, Montana last month and testified that the regulations are inconsistent with legislative intent, and violate the United States Constitution. Now we want to hear your stories. If you are a Montana parent who wants school choice for your child, or if you are a Montana taxpayer who’d rather donate scholarships to kids than pay the Department of Revenue, or if you are just a Montana resident who thinks that the government has no business telling parents that they can’t use private funds to send their kids to religious private schools, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to receive many stories that we can share in our ongoing fight for religious liberty and school choice.
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