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Supreme Court Justice Alito: faith ‘should affect the way you treat people’ as a judge

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito / Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Sep 28, 2022 / 16:45 pm (CNA).
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito — author of the deciding opinion that overturned Roe v….

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U.S. Supreme Court rulings open door to public funds for private schools; challenges remain

At least three decades of effort in Minnesota to broaden school choice to include religious and other private schools received a boost from a June U.S. Supreme Court decision, Carson v. Makin, when the high court clearly determined: “A state need not subsidize private education but once a state decides to do so, it cannot disqualify some private schools solely because they are religious.”

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Writing decision to overturn Roe an ‘honor,’ says Supreme Court justice

In his first public comments since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned its nearly 50-year-old decision that legalized abortion, Justice Samuel Alito said writing the ruling was an “honor.”

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Court’s ruling on tuition aid puts Blaine Amendment ‘in dustbin of history’

The U.S. Supreme Court’s Carson v. Makin ruling could eventually expand educational options for Catholic families and close out a long-standing relic of 19th-century anti-Catholic bias in Missouri and other states, a former Missouri Catholic Conference official said.

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Catholic leaders praise Supreme Court decision ending Remain in Mexico

Catholic immigration leaders celebrated a Supreme Court ruling that allows the Biden administration to end a controversial Trump-era border policy, but they have little optimism that the ruling will prompt any steps towards true immigration reform.

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