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The Supreme Court's position on tax-supported vouchers for students attending private or parochial schools is that these vouchers are

a. unconstitutional.
b. constitutional if students have a choice of non-religious private schools as well as religious ones.
c. constitutional only in the case of non-religious private schools.

d. constitutional only in the case of religious schools.
e. constitutional only if the voters approve such vouchers in a referendum.

is the answer b? im kind of confused on this question

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