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Madison resident David Steketee had argued that the grants violated Article I, Paragraph 3 of the New Jersey Constitution, also called the Religious Aid Clause, which states, in part: "Nor shall any person be obliged to pay tithes, taxes or other rates for building or repairing any church or churches, place or places of worship, or for the maintenance of any minister or ministry, contrary to what he believes to be right or has deliberately and voluntarily engaged to perform." The Supreme Court ruling found that some of the churches specified religious objectives in their applications for grants, including repairs of stained-glass windows, a chapel and areas to meditate and worship. "Here, the county awarded $4.6 million to 12 churches to repair active houses of worship — from roofs to bell towers, from stained-glass windows to ventilation systems. The use of public funds to pay for those repairs violates the plain language of the Religious Aid Clause," Rabner wrote. The freeholders expressed disappointment and said attorneys will review the ruling and consider further potential action. The next step would be an appeal to the federal court system. "In Morris County, as in all counties in New Jersey and across the nation, churches and other religious buildings are a vital part of the historic fabric of where we live, interwoven in the history of how our county, state and nation developed," the freeholders' written statement reads. Steketee, who said he's an atheist but not anti-religion, is the local plaintiff in the Freedom From Religion Foundation lawsuit. "I'm happy. I'm kind of surprised the ruling was unanimous. The decision is very clear in its intent and language," Steketee said. He had asked the freeholders to stop giving taxpayer funds to houses of worship and filed suit when they didn't. He said government leaders must follow the Constitution and "not pick and choose." First Presbyterian Church of New Vernon, a recipient of Morris County historic preservation grants that was sued by the Freedom From Religion Foundation. Americans United for Separation of Church and State, the ACLU of New Jersey and the national ACLU said the court made the right call.
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