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The debate over church use of city public-school space has been chugging through the courts since the mid-1990s. The Supreme Court has heard several high-profile cases on schools and religious life in recent years, but justices haven't yet ruled on whether worship services should be allowed on school property.
That could make the Bronx church's case a strong candidate for the docket, said Emily Gold Waldman, an associate professor of law at Pace Law School.
"The Supreme Court has decided a number of cases leading up to this issue," Ms. Waldman said. "There's still the open question of 'what about pure religious worship?' That's what makes it different."
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