South Carolina Sued by Private Schools Who Want Public Money - Associated Press

South Carolina Sued by Private Schools Who Want Public Money – Associated Press

Bishop of Charleston v. Adams seeks to overturn racist Blaine Amendment

In Bishop of Charleston v. Adams, the Liberty Justice Center seeks to prevent South Carolina officials from using a long-standing discriminatory law to deny independent and religious schools access to federal COVID relief funds.

The following article by Associated Press appeared on April 14, 2021 on USNews.com.

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A group of private schools is suing South Carolina, saying the racist past of a state constitutional amendment prohibiting spending public money on religious or private schools means it should be overturned.

The Liberty Justice Center filed its lawsuit Wednesday in federal court on behalf of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston and a group called the South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities made up of 20 mostly religious or historically Black colleges and universities.

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