Roe v Wade pt 2
(Continued from Page 1) from the majority opinion. The Court took these other major actions before taking a two-week recess: —Agreed to examine a 1972 New York state law aimed at assisting financially pressed parochial schools by the use of special tax credits, tuition grants and maintenance payments. payments. A similar case from Pennsylvania also was accepted accepted for arguments and a ruling either this spring or next fall. —Refused, however, to stay a lower court decision which barred parents of children in Ohio nonpublic schools from receiving income tax credits. —Voted to stay a lower court ruling which would have allowed antiwar priests, Phillip and Daniel Berrigan, to travel to North Vietnam. Both are on parole from federal convictions stemming from their protest activities. —Agreed to decide whether U.S. district courts can halt administrative hearings while they consider requests for disclosure of government records records under the Freedom of Information law. —Blocked for the time being a state court ruling which deprived all Elk lodges in Maine of their liquor licenses on grounds of racial discrimination.