Faith-Based Amendment Attacked as Vehicle for School Vouchers

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | February 10, 2005
On its face, Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue's "Faith and Family Services" amendment is possibly the simplest bill that lawmakers will deal with all session. Less than a page long, it seeks to overturn a state constitutional provision that prohibits public money from being given to religious institutions.

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