Arizona: ROBINSON: An appealing school choice
Most people know when the U.S. Supreme Court issues a ruling, it is considered the final say for that case. Unfortunately, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has tried to overstep the Supreme Court in no less than four cases dealing with parental choice in education.
In direct conflict with Supreme Court precedent and to the detriment of more than 28,000 Arizona schoolchildren, the Ninth Circuit recently declared that Arizona’s educational tax credit program is unconstitutional. On May 20, the Supreme Court can correct the Ninth Circuit, and there are compelling reasons for it to do so.