Bryce's Law, which was intended to help give children with special needs access to schools that would allow them to thrive, has been hamstrung by a poor funding mechanism. This essay examines the history of the law, which was originally introduced as a bill in 2008 and finally passed in 2013. The essay also explains why the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in the Trinity Lutheran v. Comer case might finally enable the Missouri Legislature to fund the scholarships that Bryce's Law was intended to facilitate.
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