Attorney to MI Sup Crt: Catholic school doesn’t want to teach a child with a disability and the court cannot intervene because religion 

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Michael Gerstein has the story about today’s argument at the MI Supreme Court. 

Read more about the case here

A lawyer representing a Pontiac Catholic high school admitted Thursday to the Michigan Supreme Court that the school rejected a student with a disability on nonreligious grounds and had no interest in teaching her.

The attorney for Notre Dame Preparatory High School argued the school was within its religious rights when it rejected Bettina Winkler’s application for admission and says the court doesn’t have jurisdiction to intervene in religious decisions.



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