The Indiana Supreme Court says school vouchers are legal in the state.
The state's highest court unanimously upheld a 2011 law providing vouchers for low and middle-income families and cleared the way for an expansion being debated in the Indiana Statehouse.
The U.S. Supreme Court said in 2002 that voucher programs don't violate the federal constitution.
Teresa Meredith is the Assistant Vice-President of the Indiana State Teachers Association and a plaintiff in the case.
She says the vast majority of the 9,000 Indiana students receiving taxpayer-supported vouchers attend religious schools.
Meredith says she still believes that funneling public money into religious institutions is a clear violation of the Indiana Constitution.