A state law that allows tax dollars to go to private and parochial schools is making its way through the courts.
The Michigan Court of Appeals heard arguments in the lawsuit against the state today.
Multiple public school organizations are suing the state. They say a 20-16 law to give five million dollars to nonpublic schools over two years is unconstitutional.
That money was supposed to be distributed, but a judge froze the payments until the case is sorted out.
Daniel Korobkin is with the ACLU of Michigan.