School choice is just getting started in Montana, and new proposals are already threatening it. Earlier this year that state passed a scholarship tax credit program, which assists students with private school tuition. But the Montana Department of Revenue has moved to ensure students aren’t able to use this tuition assistance at any religious schools (including schools which are controlled in whole or in part by a religious institution). This anti-choice argument has also been tried in Louisiana, where it failed.
Read more at the Pacific Legal Liberty Blog.