Memorandum A Survey of NonPublic School Aid Programs in the United States Florida Tax Credit: A Tax-Credit Scholarship Program The Florida Tax Credit allows corporations that donate to one of two “Scholarship Granting Organizations” to receive a tax refund for … Continued
Each year, more than 800 students in the United States are killed due to traffic fatalities during their commutes to and from school. The school bus is the safest form of transportation for students, considered nearly eight times safer than … Continued
To read a PDF of the Resolutions passed at the Orthodox Union’s 116th Anniversary Convention, please click here.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have released their guidelines for travelers carrying Lulavim and Etrogim. TSA Per the TSA, the TSA’s screening procedures do not prohibit the carrying of the four … Continued
On Tuesday afternoon, Governor Andrew Cuomo released his Executive Budget proposal for New York State’s 2013-2014 fiscal year. The following is an analysis of the Governor’s Executive Budget proposal that was put together through the work of the New York … Continued
UNION of ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA Policy Paper Government Aid to Jewish Day Schools Introduction Education has long been a fundamental source of inspiration and engagement for the Jewish People. Moreover, a basic level of Jewish knowledge has … Continued
OU/IPA Executive Director Nathan Diament is serving as a “religious sector representative” to the Senate appointed Commission on Accountability and Policy for Religious Organizations. This Commission is reviewing the federal tax laws and regulations that govern religious nonprofits in the … Continued