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The Supreme Court rules that students attending religious schools have the right to state aid

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Maine religious schools cannot be excluded A program It offers tuition assistance for private education, the decision to facilitate access to religious institutions for taxpayer money.

6-3 result promotes renewed push School selection programs Some of the 18 states so far have not directed taxpayer money to private and religious education. Perhaps the most immediate consequence of a court decision beyond Maine is probably in nearby Vermont, which has a similar program.

This decision is the latest in a series of Supreme Court decisions that support claims of moral discrimination. The court weighs separately The case of a football coach says he has a First Amendment right to pray In midfield immediately after the matches. Michelle A. Helfand, Brendan Mann Foundation Chair in Law and Religion at the Caruso School of Law at Pepperdine University And Rebecca S.. Markert, Legal Director of the Freedom from Religion FoundationJoin Larry, to discuss the verdict. If you have questions, call 866-893-5722 or email [email protected].

With files from the Associated Press

Housing Market Check-In: Scaling Prices as Mortgage Rates Exceed Buyer Price

The hot housing market in the United States is now beginning to slow down, with many buyers Will be priced Because of rising mortgage rates. Average home prices across the country reached record highs in May, peaking above $ 400,000. In Los Angeles County, which has its own unique features, the average home price has risen to $ 900,000 Redfin. But will those asking for prices start to fall as interest rates rise? Do sellers cut prices and offer little profit to buyers? At AirTalk today, Larry examines the current state of the housing market in Southern California Altos Research CEO Mike Simonsen And Gary Painter, Professor at USC Price School of Public Policy.

LA’s historic love for racing

At one time, Los Angeles was the largest racing market in the world. That is the author Harold L. According to Osmer, he wrote “Where They Raced: Auto Racing Venues in Los Angeles, 1900-1990.” Tracks and raceways can be found throughout the region, including Pasadena, Beverly Hills, El Sereno and Playa del Rey. LA Times columnist Pat Morrison in his recent column describes how some LA neighborhoods have been shaped by this history, “Horses, motorcycles and fast cars: Angelinos have long loved racing and racetracks“Today on AirTalk, Pat Morrison Larry joins in to discuss. Do you have ideas? Share by calling 866-893-5722 or email [email protected].

COVID-19 AMA: Vaccines Now Available for Children Under 5, Covid Re-Infections and More

In our ongoing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, speak with Larry Mantel Dr. Dean Blumberg, Professor of Medicine and Head of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at UC Davis Children’s Hospital.

Today’s topics include:

  • New The California Covidi wave has spread to a large extent, with fewer illnesses
  • Covid-19 vaccine Available LA County for infants and toddlers
  • There are now 2 million California children Deserving For the COVID vaccine. How many do you get?
  • If you still don’t have COVID after the recent surge, that’s what Odds are You never do?
  • Study Is under review Notice that every SARS-CoV-2 re-infection causes a more severe disease
  • Study Finds Omicron mutation has significantly lower risk than delta

Eso Won, LA’s beloved black-owned bookstore, will close its doors by the end of the year

Eso Won Books, LA’s widely-loved black-owned independent bookstore, will close its physical store by the end of the year. Since its opening in the late 1980s, the Limert Park Bookstore has been a cultural center for LA’s black community, hosting signatures and readings from well-known black authors and dignitaries including Spike Lee, Ibrahim X. Kendi, Muhammad Ali, Maya Angelou, Octavia E. Butler, Tony Morrison, Ta-Nehisi Coates and Barack Obama. In the wake of the assassination of George Floyd and the summer protests demanding racial justice, the store has experienced one. Huge increase in sales and incentives People searched for books and material on the Black experience and racism. //

Today on AirTalk, we joined James Fugate, The owner Esso OneAnd LA-based independent journalismT Erin Aubry Kaplan, Frequent readers at Eso Won to discuss the history of the store and the importance of independent and black-owned bookstores. We would love to hear from you too! Share his best memories of Esso One by calling or emailing 866-893-5722 [email protected].

“Bad Mexicans” explores the beginning of the Mexican Revolution and how it resonates today

The murder of a white woman began in 1910 in South Texas over the killing of a white woman. UCLA history professor By Kelly Little Hernandez New book “Bad Mexicans: Race, Empire and Revolution in the Borderlands” (WW Norton & Company, 2022) About the Mexican Revolution, Magonistas and their political movement to overthrow the government of the Mexican totalitarian Porfirio Diaz and the rise of white imperialism.

Today at AirTalk, Professor Hernandez joined Larry to discuss his new book, The History of the Mexican Revolution and how it changed our political landscape.

Professor Hernandez will discuss his book at a free, personal event at Vroman’s bookstore in Pasadena at 7pm tonight. You can find details of the event Here.

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