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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Thomas Fisher
Indiana Supreme Court justices weighing the legality of the nation's largest school-voucher program made clear during a packed hearing Wednesday that the program's fate may rest on whether it primarily benefits students' parents or the religious institutions that run private schools.
Indiana Solicitor General Thomas Fisher argued at the April 10 hearing in Evansville that the state has an interest in limiting marriage to couples who can have children.
He said parents, not the state, decide which schools receive public voucher money.