Professor Michael Helfand Interviewed on Religious Freedom and the Supreme Court -- Mosaic Magazine Podcast
Professor Michael A. Helfand was interviewed on the Mosaic Magazine podcast, "Michael Avi Helfand on the Urgent Religious Freedom Case Now before the Supreme Court." Professor Helfand discusses Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, a case involving a Montana tax-credit scholarship program that implicates the religion clauses of the First Amendment, the 14th Amendment's Equal Protection Clause, and state-level Blaine Amendments.
From Mosaic Magazine:
In this episode, Michael Avi Helfand, professor of law at Pepperdine University, joins Harry Ballan, special guest host and senior director at the Tikvah Fund, for a discussion of this important religious-liberty case. Listen as two legal authorities examine the knotty legal doctrines at issue, speculate how the court's justices are likely to rule, and explain why Espinoza should matter to every American Jew and all American citizens.
The podcast may be found here