IJ Asks Supreme Court to Review Cleveland Case

July 1, 2001

In November 1999, when the Supreme Court dissolved the trial court’s injunction against the program, one of its criteria for intervening was whether it would ultimately review the case on the merits.  So we have a snapshot of the Court’s intentions.

Having filed our petition, we are letting no moss grow,   working to coordinate support for the cause of school choice in the court and the court of public opinion.

A final decision lifting the constitutional cloud could be less than a year away.  With hard work, passion, and resolve, we hope to help   deliver on the promise of educational opportunity and parental choice.

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With Big Odds and High Stakes Limo Drivers and IJ Lawyers Roll to Victory

IJ Asks Supreme Court to Review Cleveland Case

Litigation Update

Stanley Dea – Vindicated At Last

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