Supremes appear to swing on church playgrounds

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The U.S. Supreme Court

Justices on the U.S. Supreme Court appeared Wednesday to be swinging toward fairness for kids on playgrounds in a case over a state program that refused to provide recycled rubber surfaces for a playground solely because it was owned by a church.

The court heard oral arguments in the case brought against the state’s discriminatory program by Child Learning Center at Trinity Lutheran Church in Columbia, Missouri.

Annette Kiehne, the center’s director, stated after the Supreme Court’s oral arguments that she’s grateful the issue is being heard.

“For six-and-a-half years, I’ve had the privilege of working with the boys and girls who attend our school … with the parents who entrust those children to our care … and with the teachers who share my commitment to providing a safe, joyful, rewarding learning experience for these children and their families. We have a wonderful job,” she

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