A New York statute provided for the public transportation of school children to public and private schools. Plaintiff instituted a taxpayer's action to enjoin defendant board of education from furnishing transportation, in compliance with the statute, to children attending a parochial school. Plaintiff contended the statute was unconstitutional by reason of a provision of the New York constitution which forbade public aid or maintenance of denominational schools. Held, that the statute was valid, and plaintiff's prayer was denied. Judd v. Board of Education, 164 Misc. 889, 300 N. Y. S. 1037 (1937), affd. (App. Div. 1938) 3 N. Y. S. (2d) 394.
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