In a 2-1 decision, a three-judge panel of the Colorado Court of Appeals threw out a lower court’s injunction against the Douglas County School District’s voucher program, an injunction which has been in place since 2011.
The majority ruled that the plan does not violate the state constitution (by allowing students to attend religious schools) and that those suing don’t have standing because they can’t show any harm.
The case will be appealed to the Colorado Supreme Court, which has a history of leftist activism.
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