Thursday, March 12, 2009

Tax Credits: "Bullet-Proof in Court"

Adam Schaeffer has a post on Cato@Liberty on today's (Mar. 12) decision by the Arizona court of Appeals upholding the constitutionality of the business tax credit program:


Education tax credits are taxpayer funds and therefore cannot run afoul of state constitutional provisions regarding the use of government funds. It really is just that simple....[E]ducation tax credits have proven bullet-proof in court.

Schaeffer says that education tax credits "are the future" for school choice. I agree that tax credits have the fewest constitutional problems as a source of all-school opportunity scholarships.

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