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Column: Private schools seeking COVID cash get an F in South Carolina history
Cindy Ross Scoppe
Cindy Ross Scoppe
I first heard of the Blaine Amendment last summer, when the U.S. Supreme Court wisely struck down a provision in the Montana state constitution that barred vouchers for students attending religious schools while the state doled them out to students attending secular private schools.