Religion-Blind Subsidies

As Congress is constitutionally forbidden to make any law respecting establishment of religion, the point for the U.S. government is to be religion-blind. To fund religious organizations without reference to their religious nature does not constitute an act toward establishment, so the federal government has every legal right to do so in its own interest.


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