4 thoughts on “Trying to Convince Your Legislators Not to Expand Vouchers? Here Are Some Facts You Need

  1. In Ohio, with a GOP controlled House and Senate, it appears the lawsuit is our only hope to achieve constitutionally mandated, fully funded public schools.

  2. Hi Jan,

    I noted a comment from Gail Larson after the article below that you posted: “In Ohio, with a GOP controlled House and Senate, it appears the lawsuit is our only hope to achieve constitutionally mandated, fully funded public schools.” Perhaps you could do a column reminding readers of this lawsuit and what is happening with it. Did this lawsuit address the issue that vouchers are siphoning funds out of public school budgets? As you can see, I am not up to speed. My husband has been very sick for the past year, and I have been focused on that. It seems that his latest drug may actually be working. Time will tell.

    Have a nice Thanksgiving. Don’t know if our snow will be melted by then, but at least it’s supposed to be 50 degrees out. Thanks for all your great articles.

    Jackie

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