SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- The Illinois Supreme Court has ruled that a Jewish husband and wife were within their rights to disinherit any grandchildren who married outside the faith.
Said the story:
Four of their five grandchildren wound up marrying spouses who were not
Jewish and weren't allowed to inherit. Some challenged that in court,
arguing that wills shouldn't be allowed to interfere with people's
marriage choices based on religion.
Wow. As a grandparent, I don't know what to say.