U.S. Supreme Court’s Trinity Lutheran ruling could have a direct effect on New Hampshire

Paving a small playground at a Lutheran church in Missouri with rubberized surface material, and a dispute surrounding it, may have changed constitutional law on church-state relations nationally, including New Hampshire.

On June 26, the U.S. Supreme Court released its decision in Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia Inc. v. Comer, Director, Missouri Department of Natural Resources.  This case involved the denial by the state of an application by a small Lutheran church to be awarded a grant to pay for the installation of a rubberized playground surface made from recycled tires. | more…

| NHBR

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