Taxpayer money can be used to buy computers and other instructional materials for religious schools, the Supreme Court ruled June 28 as it lowered the figurative wall of separation between church and state.

The 6-3 ruling in Mitchell v. Helms should speed federal efforts to connect every American classroom to the internet. The decision also is sure to be cited as a big victory for proponents of using public money for tuition aid to families who


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